"According to information received today, 34 year old Tibetan political prisoner Ngodup Thinley is still being detained in prison even after her prison term got over this year by Chinese security forces," said report published by Tibet Net, the official media of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA).
"Ngodup Thinley was severely beaten and arrested by Chinese security forces for carrying out a peaceful protest in Kardze Dzong in the year 2009. He was later sentenced to one and a half years in prison by a local court.
His prison term got over this month but He is reportedly, still being held at the Mi Nyak Ro Nga Thang prison for not obliging with the Chinese Security force's demands to demean His Holiness the Dalai Lama's name."
A Chinese Intermediate People's Court recently sentenced a 23 year old young Tibetan man, Samphel Dhondup from Karze county, Kham region of eastern Tibet to three years imprison for his involvement in a peaceful protest against Chinese rule in Tibet and its harsh treatment of the peaceful Tibetan people.
In last month, a 29 yrs old Buddhist monk Tsewang Norbu of Nyatso Monastery in Kham Tawo, eastern Tibet self immolated to protest against Chinese ilegall occupation over Tibet and its severe repression of the Tibetans in their Homaland.
Following the event, the Chinese authorities deployed thousands of armed Chinese troops with military tanks in the areas of the monastery, locking down the entire monastery, according to Tibet sources.