LEH: Chairman and CEC of LAHDC Leh, Tashi Gyalson interacted with the team of women horse riders from Leh who have been selected to undergo special horse riding training by the President’s Bodyguard (PBG) unit in New Delhi.
Interacting with the aspiring riders, CEC Gyalson emphasised that such opportunities are rare and urged them to make the most of this chance by learning from seasoned professionals. He extended his commitment to assist and help them overcome any challenges during their training period. H’CEC emphasised the significance of self-discipline and professionalism while training and further wished them best for their promising futures.
CEC Gyalson further extended his gratitude to Lt. Governor Ladakh, Retd Brig. Dr. B.D. Mishra for his vision in nurturing local talent and providing such a unique platform for aspiring women riders from Ladakh.
Dy Chairman/EC Sports, Tsering Angchuk also congratulated the selected riders who have earned the privilege of training under the esteemed President’s Bodyguard unit. He encouraged them to remain proactive during their training and absorb valuable insights from the professionals. Dy Chairman emphasised the importance of sharing their knowledge upon returning to Leh and added that their experiences will enrich the local youths in future.
Among present during the meeting were, Joint Director Sports Ladakh, Moses Kunzang; DYSSO Leh, Tsering Tashi, and other concerned officials.