370 years of Article 370 from Kashmir completed: Education was done on education and health in Ladakh but many promises incomplete; Lack of employment big concern
- 11:23 PM August 4, 2022
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3 years after the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir was completed on Friday. With the removal of the article, the Central Government had divided the state to two new union territories. All the promises of security, development and employment were made by the Center. Now 3 years have passed.
Know what happened in Ladakh in the first 3 points, what is left ...
Ladakh's revenge form, road-hospital work continues, despite the problems, people feel that the center Ladakh has benefited greatly from becoming a ruled region. People believe that funds have increased manifold for infrastructure development, education and health. Facilities in hospitals have increased and modernization continues. For the first time for Ladakh, the Central University, Medical and Paramedical College and 500-bed hospitals have been announced.
Work is going on fast on a strategic 18 km long Zojila tunnel connecting Ladakh-Kashmir. It will be ready by 2024. However, people also say that apart from education and health, the rest of the promises of the government are incomplete. Ladakh has not been able to spend a budget of Rs 5,958 crore in a year. At the inter district level, both the leaders of Kargil and Leh are constantly meeting and are walking on the new path.
there is no shortage of money, yet the speed of work is slow KDA Member Sajjad Kargili said that the government had promised to negotiate our demands, but it is being delayed. This has hurt the feelings of the people of Ladakh. An expert said, Ladakh is not short of money. Developmental projects, universities, medical colleges can be fresh things.
If everything is controlled by outsiders and local people will have no rights, these things will not help. Give people rights. Only then will Ladakh be rejuvenated. Lack of employment is becoming a big concern for the people of Ladakh.
Many Laage will believe that after becoming a union territory, they have lost security in all areas including jobs, land ownership and business after becoming a union territory. . Fear is that outsiders will come and take jobs, business. Last week itself, Ladakh Travel Trade Bodies announced non -cooperation with 6 commercial assets where outsiders have investedRead more: Women are also better to handle steering: 7% of women in drivers in the country become 7%, only 3% of the severe accidents become victims.