CEC, Hill Council Leh inspects Khaltse screening point Around 4900 passengers reach back Leh from different parts of the country till date

By Reach Ladakh Correspondent KHALTSE, May 18, 2020
Hill Council, Leh handing over boxes of sanitizers, gloves, and masks to SDM and BMO Khaltse.

Gyal P Wangyal, CEC, Hill Council, Leh inspected Khaltse screening check-in centre where all inbound passengers coming from Srinagar –Leh road on May 17.

The passengers are being screened, registered, and provided food and refreshment at the screening centre.

Phuntsog Stanzin, EC Agriculture also the Facilitation Officer for the evacuation of stranded Ladakhi passengers was present.

Tsering Motup, SDM Khaltse, and Dr. Iqbal, BMO Khaltse briefed about the facilities being provided to the homecoming passengers of Leh district. Also, they informed that the screening point is engaged 24x7 since last two week.

Hill Council, Leh handed over boxes of sanitizers, gloves, and masks to SDM and BMO Khaltse.
Interacting with the corona warriors including paramedical, police, registration, and catering staff, Gyal P Wangyal expressed gratitude for working tirelessly. He appreciated the endeavor of officers headed by SDM Khaltse for managing the facilitation center in an organized and professional way.

He further appealed everyone to work in close coordination.

During the visit, both the Hill Council, Leh officials received buses carrying passengers from Jammu and Chandigarh.

Gyal P Wangyal appealed inbound passengers to strictly follow home and institutional quarantine measures. Also, he asked them to download Aarogya Setu app as per the advisory of District administration, Leh in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.