Showing posts from October 25, 2010

A report Leh returning to normalcy Rehabilitation work by various Hindu organisations create a good impact: Sewa bharati

Source: organiser
By Vinod Bansal We got to know the intensity of the tragedy when we visited the areas like Mane Tredding and Choglamsar, the lower/sloppy part of the district centre. The leftover debris and the mud filled houses were still crying to tell their sad story. Trails of destruction were laying everywhere. AFTER one and a half month the nature wreaked havoc in Leh killing more than 200 people, the office bearers of Hindu Emergency Aid and Relief Team (HEART) again visited the region reeling under the reconstruction stage. HEART volunteers have already been working in Leh and its surrounding areas since August 6. The huge quantity of relief material had already been dispatched there by the HEART but the highest body wanted to review and survey the operation personally.

A seven member-delegation reached Leh in the morning of September 17. I was also a part of the delegation. Around 2.30 pm we started our journey to Leh city and its local areas where the floods ha…