Gyal P. Wangyal, CEC, Hill Council, Leh interacting with students at quarantine centre, Leh.
A total of 31 students including 26 girls and 5 boys reached Leh from Kota Rajasthan on April 30.
The students will be kept in quarantine for 14 days at quarantine centre, Hotel Mansarovar, Leh.
Gyal P. Wangyal, CEC, Hill Council, Leh met, and interacted with the students.
He urged them to download Arogya Setu App on their mobile which is an important tool and lifeline for people during this global pandemic. Also, he asked students to keep patience and use their precious time sensibly during the next two weeks.
Rigzin Spalgon, ACR Leh and Nodal Officer of Quarantine Centre, A.D Fisheries, Mohd. Amin informed CEC about the facilities being planned for students during the quarantine period.
A total of 57 students from Ladakh started their journey on April 26 from Kota, Rajasthan by road in buses following COVID-19 SOP and protocol.