(Morup Stanjin) amidst the ongoing tension with China, life has now become the first in the last resident village of Ladakh, Mann-Melak

(Morup Stanjin) amidst the ongoing tension with China, life has now become the first in the last resident village of Ladakh, Mann-Melak. All kinds of restrictions have been withdrawn. The communication system has been restored and there is no restriction for tourists also. 2 months ago, the armies of the two countries were facing a face-off.

(Morup Stanjin) amidst the ongoing tension with China, life has now become the first in the last resident village of Ladakh, Mann-Melak

(Morup Stanjin) amidst the ongoing tension with China, life has now become the first in the last resident village of Ladakh, Mann-Melak

The Pangong Lake, located near the finger-4 area, which is witnessing stress, is now again buzzing with children and local people. Talking to the people around here, they say, "The Indian Army has driven the Chinese back. There is no such thing as fear now.

'In winter people will be able to take their cattle to finger four as before'

According to area counselor (local public representative) Stanjin Conchawk, 2 months after the Incident of The Galwan Valley on June 15-16, the people have continued their lives in the strict army guard. But, now, life is getting normal. The army and the local people are working together on a war footing in the construction of roads and buildings as there will be difficulty in working as soon as the winter starts.

We have noticed that the Chinese are lagging behind, "Said Stanjin. The Indian Army is regularly patrolling the area. "Now everything is normal here," says Dechen Doltax, sarpanch of village Mann-Merak. I hope that in the coming winter, people will be able to take their cattle to finger four as before.

'Everything here is the same, people are busy with their work'

Sonam Sering, former counselor and Chushul resident of the locality, says there is a strong perception among the local people that China can again descend on its movements when the winter starts. There may be a new clash between the two countries. However, we are also feeling safe from the presence of the Indian Army.

Tashi Motup, who lives near the Pangong Lake, points out that when the Chinese entered the finger four, we were all badly terrified. There was panic and discomfort throughout the region after the Galwan incident. But, now, everything is the same. We are busy in our work.

Budget of Rs. 245 crore released after Galwan

Roads and buildings are being constructed rapidly around the village after the Galwan incident. Lt Governor R.K. Mathur of Ladakh has released a Changthang package of 129 crore. An additional Rs 91.97 crore has been withdrawn for special development. 23 crore was released for border area development programme. A budget of 245 crore has been released for the sector altogether on Friday.

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