LEH, Nov 29: The Chairman/Chief Executive Councillor LAHDC, Leh, Advocate Tashi Gyalson who is also the Councillor Lingshed, yesterday visited Dipling, Lingshed, Yulchung and Nyraks villages. It was his first visit to his constituency after becoming Chairman of the 6th LAHDC, Leh.
CEC inspected the damaged house of Tsering Punchok of Dipling village whose house was engulfed in the recent fire accident and consoled the family members for their huge loss and handed over cheque of Rs 50,000/- and another Rs 50,000 cash donated by Tsogspa and individuals to Tserin Punchok. CEC Gyalson also gave Rs 1.30 lacs out of his CCDF fund for construction of new home for the family in line with PM IAY and assured the family for more relief.
He also inspected the Medical Centre of Dipling which was partially damaged due to snowfall recently and directed Medical staff to shift the centre at an appropriate residential house. He assured for construction of a new Medical Centre at suitable place in the coming working season. He also handed over masks and sanitizers to the medical staff .
While discussing other development demands and issues of this remotest village of Leh district, CEC Gyalson said that he will try his best to connect the village with road in the coming working season which will open doors for all kinds of development in the village.
At Lingshed CEC arranged horses for transportation of oxygen cylinders and other medical stuff meant for Dipling village.
Responding to the memorandum submitted by villagers highlighting pending demands and issues of Singhey-Lalok area, CEC assured to address all demands and issues priority wise and assured that he will try his level best to connect Lingshed, Nyraks and other villages with NHPC power main line in coming months and installation of mobile tower in these cut-off villages.
At all the villages he visited, the CEC was given rousing reception by the villagers.