Ladakh relaxes rules for domestic tourists
The Times of India Hyderabad|August 08, 2021
Inner Line Permit Not Needed for ‘Protected’ Areas
Sanjay Dutta

New Delhi: Indian citizens visiting tourist hotspots in the ‘protected’ areas of Ladakh, some of which are in forward areas, will have one less paperwork to deal with. The administration has scrapped the Inner Line Permit (ILP) system in yet another move to underline India’s sovereignty over the territory.

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