BANGALORE: Tibetan Career Centre, a joint initiative of the Central Tibetan Administration’s Department of Home and Techno Serve, was opened at the Office of Chief Representative in Bangalore on the occasion of the 52nd Tibetan democracy day.
Dignitaries including Kasur Jetsun Pema and Gyari Bhutuk, member of Tibetan Parliament-in-exile attended the democracy day celebration organised by the office of chief representative at the TCV youth hostel. Tibetans living in Bangalore and college students participated in the function.
The function began with prayer service and singing of the Tibetan national anthem. Chief Representative Karma Senge delivered the statement of the Kashag on the occasion, following which Tibetan Freedom Movement President Ngawang Lodoe read out the statement of the Parliament.
In her address, Kasur Jetsun Pema, who was the chief guest on the occasion, underlined that in democracy people also need to know what are their responsibilities rather than rights alone.
Kasur Jetsun Pema also emphasised the need to make His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s recent key-note talk to Tibetans in Ladakh accessible to the Tibetan public through multimedia.
She said the time has come for the Tibetan people to make concerted to build on the remarkable contributions made by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration.