'Those Who Want To Misuse Ladakh's Resources Are Not Welcome': Namgyal

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Jamyang Tsering Namgyal said several people wanted to visit Ladakh to explore opportunities. But only those who are genuinely interested are welcome he said.

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Ladakh BJP MP Jamyang Tsering Namgyal said several people wanted to visit the region to explore business opportunities but only those who are genuinely interested in tapping its resources, and not misusing them, can be welcomed on Wednesday, October 9. Speaking at an event in Maharashtra, Namgyal said those people who wanted to use the resources in Ladakh for selfish purposes are not welcome in the region.

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Jamyang Tsering Namgyal on business opportunities

"After the abrogation of Article 370 and 35 A, several people want to visit Ladakh to explore business opportunities. There can be two types of people. Some people will be those who want to explore the region while some who want to use the resources for their selfish motives. Those who want to explore, we welcome such people," he said. Namgyal, who had strongly supported the Centre's moves on Kashmir in Parliament, appealed to youths to hit the ground for nation-building.

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"Some people who are insecure themselves create a perception that politics is a dirty game, which is not true," he added.

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In a historic decision, the Centre on August 5 announced scrapping of the special status enjoyed by Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 and bifurcating it into Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

Daycare Centre for senior citizens

The Supreme Court Judge, Justice S Abdul Nazeer inaugurated the first government-sponsored and operated Day Care-cum-Recreation Centre for senior citizens in Leh on October 8. The Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir, Gita Mittal was also present at the ceremony. Speaking on the occasion, Justice Rajesh Bindal, Executive Chairman, J&K State Legal Service Authority said, with the advent growth of technology these days the elderly feel a sense of 'isolation'. He also urged senior citizens to take full advantage of the centre.

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(With Agency inputs) 

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