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“No medical college for Leh why?” – Ladakh MP asks PM Modi.

Bharatiya Janata Party’s MP from Ladakh, Jamyang Tsering Namgyal has demanded a medical school in Leh.

After Jammu’s Udhampur and Kashmir’s Handwara received confirmation of medical school, Ladakh MP is currently appealing to fulfill PM Modi’s commitment to Leh.

During the time of day, Jamyang T Namgyal, Member of Parliament from Ladakh Lok Sabha body, asked about the standing of medical school – as was announced by Prime Minister Modi throughout his Leh visit in 2018.

A piece of land measuring two hundred kanal has been earmarked for the establishment of medical school in Leh, in keeping with the MP.

Appraising the Lok Sabha, MP JTN said, “Due to not having sufficient facilities for higher education in Ladakh, just about 40,000 students out of 3 lakh population is following their education from outside cities like Jammu, Chandigarh, Delhi, bangalore etc. This causes not only economical loss however cultural as well.”

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