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To avoid confrontation LAB cancels ‘Pashmina march’
4/6/2024 11:00:48 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 6: A day after the administration imposed restrictions, the Leh Apex Body (LAB) announced on Saturday that they are withdrawing their planned march to the Changthang border with China on April 7. They stated that this decision is made in the best interest of the people, even as they criticized the administration for transforming Leh into what they described as a “war zone”.
The LAB emphasized that they have already achieved their goal of raising awareness among the citizens regarding the challenges faced by farmers.
They highlighted the issue of farmers losing valuable pasture land to large industrial projects in the south and alleged encroachments by Chinese forces in the north. Despite calling off the march, they affirmed their commitment to continuing their peaceful agitation in support of various demands, particularly advocating for statehood for Ladakh and its inclusion in the sixth schedule of the Constitution.
Meanwhile, the climate activist and education
Decision to call off march taken in the best interest of the people.
The LAB emphasized that it has already achieved its goal about creating awareness.
They highlighted the issue of farmers losing valuable pasture land.
The LAB affirmed its commitment to continue its peaceful agitation in support of various demands.
reformist Sonam Wangchuk said that Leh is turned into a “war zone”.
“With disproportionate force, barricades, smoke grenades. Attempts to arrest peaceful youth leaders even singers continue. Seems they want to turn a most peaceful movement violent & then brand Ladakhis as anti-nationals.
Govt seem worried only about Ladakh's effects on their votes and on mining lobbies... not the people here nor even national security. Let's raise our voice, let's make”, Wangchuk posted on his social media account”.
“By imposing such restrictions, the authorities have turned Leh into a “war zone”, he said and regretted that the government is more worried about elections instead of taking the emerging situation in the highly sensitive Ladakh region.
As reported earlier, authorities in the Union Territory of Ladakh imposed section 144 of CrPC 1973 on Friday in the Leh district to restrict the movement of the people.
These restrictions have been imposed after getting input about a breach of peace in Ladakh.
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