Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu, at present touring his house constituency Mukto in Tawang district, trekked a distance of 24 km for 11 hours to fulfill individuals of a distant village.
The 41-year previous chief minister walked by mountain terrains and forests to succeed in Luguthang village, 97 km from Tawang.
“It was an arduous journey whereas crossing Karpu-La (16,000 ft) to Luguthang (14,500 ft),” Mr Khandu tweeted after returning to Tawang on Thursday.
The village, positioned at a top of 14,500 ft above sea degree, in Thingbu tehsil of Tawang district has a inhabitants of 50 individuals who dwell in 10 homes.
“Had a overview assembly with Luguthang villagers to make sure that advantages of each flagship programme reaches the final man standing in ahead areas,” the chief minister tweeted.
A 24 Kms trek, 11 hours of contemporary air & Mom Nature at her greatest; crossing Karpu-La (16000 ft) to Luguthang (14500 ft) in Tawang district. A paradise untouched. @PMOIndia@HMOIndia@DefenceMinIndia@MDoNER_India@KirenRijiju@TapirGao@RebiaNabam@ChownaMeinBJP@TseringTashispic.twitter.com/Jxh4Ymtv8K
— Pema Khandu པདྨ་མཁའ་འགྲོ་། (@PemaKhanduBJP) September 10, 2020
The journey to the village, which is inaccessible by highway, is a mesmerising one as one has to cross the eye-catching Karpu-La mountain and a number of other pure lakes that fall on the route.
The chief minister, together with Tawang MLA Tsering Tashi, and villagers and monks of Tawang monastery, attended the consecration of Jangchup Stupa the following day.
The stupa has been erected within the title of Khandus father and former chief minister Dorjee Khandu who died in a helicopter crash close to Luguthang village whereas getting back from Tawang to Itanagar on April 30, 2011.
“The chief minister spent two nights on the home of a villager earlier than trekking again,” sources in Tawang stated.
Luguthang is usually inhabited by Brokpas, a nomadic yak-herding tribe. They spend the summer time months across the increased Himalayas in quest of grazing grounds for his or her yaks and are available all the way down to decrease areas in harsh winter.