CEC Gyalson, Dy. Chairman and ECs makes courtesy call to LG Mathur at Raj Niwas

Leh Nov 3 2020: The newly elected executive team of 6th LAHDC, Leh headed by Chief Executive Councillor LAHDC, Leh Advocate Tashi Gyalson made a courtesy call on  Hon’ble Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh, Shri R. K. Mathur  at Raj Niwas today morning.  Deputy Chairman Tsering Angchuk , Executive Councillor Tashi Namgyal, Executive Councillor Stanzin Chosphel and Executive Councillor Ghulam Mehdi accompanied the CEC.
 
During the call, Hon’ble  LG Mathur congratulated the new executive members of LAHDC, Leh for having elected as key decision makers in the Hill Council Leh and  wished them success in their endeavors in fulfilling the developmental aspiration of the people of Leh district.  LG Mathur assured his guidance and support to ensure smooth administrative functioning.
 
CEC Gyalson and Executive Councillors had a detailed and meaningful discussion on a wide range of issues and developmental projects with LG Mathur and stressed on ensuring good coordination and understanding between UT Administration Ladakh and LAHDC, Leh with common agenda in resolving issues of people and bringing development in every sector. Strengthening of LAHDC, Leh and  Panchayat institutions were also discussed at length.  
 
The meeting also discussed the Rs. 232 crore Capex budget of LAHDC, Leh, Special Development Package (SDP) 2020-21,  Mission Organic Development Initiative (MODI)  sanctioned under SDP with the aim of converting Ladakh into an organic region by 2025. The immense potential of tourism in Ladakh including winter tourism in line with MP Modi’s dream to make  Union Territory of Ladakh a carbon-neutral region was also deliberated during the meeting.
 
The meeting also deliberated on key sectors like education and health and also discussed the current situation of  COVID -19 pandemic in Leh and the measures needed to  stop further spread of COVID 19 cases in upcoming winter months.  Winter stocking position of rations and essential commodities was also discussed.

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