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He described it as "yet another eye- opener that has revealed the total and complete political assimilation of PDP into the BJP." Earlier, a BJP leader from the area had conceded that the PDP- BJP have understanding for LAHDC elections.
The remoteness and inaccessibility of the area make the area eligible for establishing a separate division for the said region, they said.The decision came after various organisation discussed the issue and put a persistent demand for the creation of Division for Ladakh including the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Councils (LAHDC) Leh and Kargil.As per the official statement from the state Governor, this decision of the government goes a long way in fulfilling the governance and development aspirations of the people of Ladakh region.
The LAHDC and KAHDC have been given more powers to levy and collect local taxes.
All such properties like public buildings, public roads constructed by LAHDC and KAHDC shall now belong to the council.
With the formation of the LAHDC, and renewal of Panchayat systems, Kargil has taken its first step towards development.
While the Panchayat bodies by granting reservations for women, are making efforts to dissolve their boundaries, making way for them, the LAHDC has so far afforded only nominated positions for women.
Though LAHDC provided subsidies for building these structures, the instructions for its usage and maintenance were vague.
He reached here half-an-hour before and all the people of Nubra Valley are overwhelmed with his presence, " said Tsering Angchuk, Executive Councilor, Ladakh Autonomous District Council, Leh (LAHDC).
Ladakh, Oct 10 (ANI): The Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) of Leh District in Jammu and Kashmir has proposed to build permanent huts for the nomadic shepherds along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
The LAHDC has proposed to replace the temporary tents known as Changpas, provided by the local authorities to the nomadic shepherds, by proper huts made of timber and mud.
"Last year when shepherds from 5-6 villages were grazing cattle in our winter pasture area ...then Chinese troops troubled them, they (Chinese troops) pressurised our villagers to leave the place," said Nawang Norboo, a Councillor of the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) representing Nyoma block, said in Demchok village.