MP Ladakh inaugurates free medical camp, charitable event in Zanskar

MP Ladakh Jamyang Tsering Namgyal distributing charitable items during an event in Kargil district.
MP Ladakh Jamyang Tsering Namgyal distributing charitable items during an event in Kargil district.

Excelsior Correspondent

KARGIL, Sept 4: Member of Parliament Jamyang Tsering Namgyal today inaugurated a free medical camp and a charitable event titled “Helping Hand to Ladakh”, organized by Hans Cultural Center (HCC), New Delhi, a pan-India funding and charitable society.
During the function, the MP Ladakh, who was chief guest on the occasion, distributed charitable items like kitchen sets, blankets, wheelchairs, school bags, note books, jackets among the various school children, Monks and Nuns.
Speaking on the occasion, Namgyal said 12 Jio Towers were installed under USOF. He further informed the public that 18 new towers of 4G have been sanctioned for Zanskar subdivision and the survey has been completed recently. An amount of Rs 1.10 crore has been sanctioned for Zanskar valley from MPLADS Funds for current financial year, he added.
While welcoming the guests, Councilor Cha Constituency Stanzin Lakpa expressed gratitude to the team members of the HCC and MP Ladakh for conducting such a charitable event in the remote area of Ladakh. He also hoped for the visit of Shrimati Mangala, the founder of HCC, to Zanskar. He also suggested some more projects to be implemented in the region through their organization.
Vikas Varma, General Manager, HCC informed the gathering that their foundation is working for the welfare of the public in the field of environment, health and education. He also assured the gathering that he will take up the demands with Shrimati Mangala for redressal in near future.
A colorful cultural program was also presented by school children, Self Help Groups (SHGs) and societies.
The event was attended by Area Development Officer/SDM Zanskar Sonam Dorjay, nominated Councillor LAHDC Kargil Stanzin Chosgail, BDC Karsha, Sarpanchs, Lambardars, huge public gathering, school children and heads of departments.