The National Democratic Party of Tibet was established as a political party by the Tibetan Youth Congress on September 2, 1994 and currently has 35 regional chapters with 5000 members.
Since the establishment of democracy 54 years ago, Tibetans in exile were able to achieve numerous democratic milestones.
Chief guest of the function, Kalon Dolma Gyari cautioned the danger of Tibetan unity being destroyed by certain people in the name of religious freedom.
The official function was presided over by Shri Ravi Thakur, the MLA of Himachal Pradesh and Sikyong Lobsang Sangay, head of the Central Tibetan Administration.
The contents of the pictures, the duration of the individual's arrest, or their whereabouts are currently unknown.
Over 70 participants from 15 different countries took part in this Sino Tibetan discussion held in Hamburg, Germany.
Kunsang Lhamo, 30, received a call from the local authorities a day before her arrest, while she was attending a patient at Golog hospital asking her to report to the Gade county station.
A three point resolution for its eight regional chapters were passed at the last general body meeting, held in Gangtok, Capital of Indian State of Sikkim from August 11-16, 2014.
Dawa Tsomo, a Tibetan writer originally from Chiza Sachen Village, Zatoe County of Yushul Prefecture was arrested by the Chinese officials on August 13, 2014.
"Besides working to educate and mobilize the student community to support Tibet, the group finds ways to counter the propaganda spread by the Chinese government." said Tsepa.
The meeting was attended by heads of 10 Sambhota Schools and TCV Jangthang, Ladakh.
He is scheduled to attend the Sino Tibetan Conference on “Finding the Common Ground” on Aug 27 where Lobsang Sangay, head of the Tibetan administration in exile is also expected to participate.