Gangtok: Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) leader Pawan Chamling, who served the state as its Chief Minister for five illustrious terms, has decided to communicate with the people every week through a series of questions and answers.
Here is what Chamling said:
That doesn’t mean that people have rejected me and my party. Nor have they removed us from Sikkim politics for good. The SDF party was given more popular votes in the 2019 election. We have been removed from leadership in the government but not from politics. My party and I are in the opposition which means we are against every wrong move and decision of the government. We are with the people for their present and future, for their rights and privileges, for their opinions and dreams. We are with the people for their justice, peace and prosperity. The SDF party is with the people in our mission of making Sikkim a better place for humanity. Our Holy Revolution of fulfilling people’s aspirations is ever on the move. Our mission for the happiness, success and dignity of the Sikkimese people has not ceased one bit. We will continue our fight as the opposition party.
We have keeping a close watch over their governance. The government has not been able to deliver their poll promises. From major political demands to job creation, unemployment allowances, puja allowances, welfare schemes, administrative lapses and gross negligence of public grievances- we have been raising our voice against each one of these wrong moves of the government. We are waiting patiently, hoping for the government to grow up and deliver. We will make them give their account to the people. We have been attentive to people’s cries, hardships, complaints and regrets. We will never give up. We will try to do the best from our end."
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