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Executive Councillor led delegation, Former EC call on LG Mishra

Executive Councillor led delegation, Former EC call on LG Mishra

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Leh: A delegation from Trespone, Kargil led by Executive Councillor, LAHDC, Kargil Syed Mujtaba Musavi called on the Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh, Brigadier (Dr) BD Mishra (Retd) at Lieutenant Governor’s Secretariat on Friday.

Secretary to LG, Ravinder Kumar, IAS; Director, Health Services, Ladakh, Dr Motup Dorjey; Directo, School Education, Ladakh, Tsering Paldan, JKAS were present in the meeting.

Syed Mujtaba apprised the LG that in 2014, the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir Government had sanctioned tehsil status to the TSG block.

He informed that despite the sanctioning of tehsil status, the Government of Jammu & Kashmir had not initiated the functioning of the tehsil and not granted the necessary posts for its functioning.

He requested the LG to ensure the proper functioning of the tehsil office. Syed Mujtaba also requested the LG to establish Zonal Education Office and Block Medical Office for the TSG block.

He also requested the LG to grant power of Tehsildar to the Naib Tehsildar in order to facilitate the people’s works.

The LG directed Director, School Education, Ladakh and Director, Health Services, Ladakh to examine the matter and submit a proposal to the concerned Ministry for creation of new units.

The LG instructed Advisor to LG to review the delegation of power of the Tehsildar to the Naib Tehsildar. Former Executive Councillor, Skalzang Wangyal Gara called on the LG at LG Secretariat.

Secretary to LG, Ravinder Kumar, IAS; Director, Health Services, Ladakh, Dr Motup Dorjey; Directo, School Education, Ladakh, Tsering Paldan, JKAS were present in the meeting.

Gara raised several demands viz. creation of separate Public Works Department division for Zanskar subdivision, upgradation of Government High School Zangla to Government Higher Secondary School, upgradation of Government Middle School Sani to Government High School and the creation of posts for medical staff for NTPHC Stonday.

Director, School Education, Ladakh, Tsering Paldan informed that proposals for the upgradation of the schools had already been submitted to the Ministry of Education, Government of India.

He highlighted the need for feasibility reports for the proposals. The LG directed Director, School Education, Ladakh, to prepare a proposal for the upgradation of the schools for the next financial year.

Director, Health Services, Ladakh, Dr Motup Dorjey informed the LG that NTPHC Stonday had been upgraded in the erstwhile Jammu & Kashmir State but the necessary posts were not sanctioned after the upgradation. The LG directed Director, Health Services, Ladakh, to examine the matter.

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