STATE TIMES NEWS LEH: District Youth Congress, Leh, President Dorje Gialson and General Secretary Tundup Nurboo criticised the Government of India for not taking timely action against Chinese intrusion on the borders lying in different parts of Changthang region of Ladakh in general and the recent reports of Chinese intrusion in Doole area of Koyoul village which reportedly took place on July 6, on the occasion of the 84th birthday of Dalai Lama when locals celebrated the birthday of the spiritual leader across Ladakh region. Addressing media persons here, Congress Youth leaders called it unfortunate and against the sentiments of Buddhist community of Ladakh in particular and around world in general. “Besides the recent intrusion, China often tries to occupy the pasture land belonging to the people on the Indian side resulting in great difficulties to look in grazing their livestock as these pastures are the main source of livelihood of the people of Changthang region. “District Youth Congress strongly condemns BJP led Union Government and LADHC Leh for not taking timely action,” Dorje Gialson said. He also alleged that this kind of negligence by the BJP Government clearly shows that the Government is least interested in the welfare and safety of the people of Ladakh. The issue of national security is being used only for elections, they alleged. Congress Youth leaders also criticised the newly elected Member Parliament from Ladakh, Jamyang Tsering Namgyal for being a silent spectator to the issue. Nambarder from Demchok village, one of the villages located on the border, also alleged through video issued on social media that their grassing land are gradually being captured by the Chinese. “We have reported the issue to concerned authorities for the last nine months but no action has been taken yet,” he said.
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