The All India Tibetan College Students' Mass Movement concluded its activities in New Delhi signifying thirteen days of rigid campaign and unwavering commitment towards the Tibetan struggle. The last day of the movement saw students deliver flowers and memorandum to various foreign Embassies at Chanakyapuri appealing them to lend support to a cause that is true and just.
During the length of their stay in the Capital, the students embarked on numerous endeavors to gain leverage and bring their movement to the forefront thereby promoting the Tibetan cause. From organizing workshops on non-violence to peace marches in the sweltering Delhi heat to cycle rallies and a special day dedicated to thanking India, their host country these novice students have now mastered the art of administering a political society.
Addressing those gathered at Jantar Mantar, Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok spoke at length about the importance of student power and the role a student political movement plays in a democratic social order. He confirmed these memorable words, "Chhatra Shakti is Rashtriya Shakti".
The students expressed their gratitude towards help extended by local office bearers and representatives of the regional committees. Guest speakers included Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok, Chithue Choekyong Wangchuk, RTYC-Samyeling President Ugyen Chomphel and President of the Regional TWA Rinchen Norzom. Felicitating the members of the Delhi Tibetan Community, the student body conveyed heartfelt admiration and thankfulness for their support and assistance.
Chithue Choekyong Wangchuk said, "I am very pleased with you for initiating a movement all on your prowess. The responsibility borne by you is a prime example of how the youth can make a difference without any guidance or under anyone's influence."
Validating Acharya's point he further added, "Student power has played a pivotal role in the making of any democratic country. That the Tibetan youth today is a force to be reckoned with is a message that has been spread far and wide."
The speakers all agreed on a point that the movement should not end here, but live on in each student until their goal is accomplished and they get what they have set out to attain.