DUNGTI VILLAGE NEAR LAC GETS ELECTRICITY IN ALL HOUSEHOLDS
The Daily Guardian|November 20, 2021
SINCE INDEPENDENCE
TARUNI GANDHI

It's a huge achievement that since the independence a village near the Line of Actual Control bordering India and China, also known as Tibetian village Dungti, today got Low tension electricity distribution network. It is after February 2021 when the same village first got the Solar Connections. The Ladakh administration now provided an LT network of 2 x 63 KVA DG station (internal distribution to households) and Added power sources through Diesel generator sets.

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