Dharamshala, Nov 22 (ANI): Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has expressed sorrow over the loss of life and property caused by the recent floods in Thailand.
A spokesperson for the Tibetan government-in-exile, Lobsang Choedak, said that his holiness had expressed his sadness and concern about the loss of so many lives and damage to property in and around Bangkok and in other parts of Thailand.
He said the Dalai Lama had also written to Thai Prime Minister Yingluch Shinawatra to express the same.
The Dalai Lama Trust has also made a donation to help in relief work in flood affected areas.
Thailand's Flood Relief Operation Centre announced on Sunday that 15 central provinces are still flooded, compared with 26 at the beginning of the month.
Thailand's worst flooding in 50 years has killed at least 594 people and affected over two million since it started in July, inundating farmland and overwhelming huge industrial estates. (ANI)
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