Sikkim Chief Minister PS Golay has assured that his Government will put in their best efforts and leave no stone unturned to secure Scheduled Tribe (ST) status for the left out communities of the State.

Sikkim Chief Minister PS Golay said that his Government had promised inclusion of the left out communities in its election manifesto.

“The government will leave no stone unturned to deliver it,” said Sikkim Chief Minister PS Golay.

PS Golay also met representatives of the 11 ethnic left out communities at Samman Bhawan on Tuesday.

The left out communities were invited by the Chief Minister to put forth their suggestions on the matter.

Golay informed the representatives of the left out communities in that Lok Sabha MP from Sikkim, Indra Hang Subba, has been tirelessly pursuing the matter in New Delhi.

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“We will not make any false promises,” PS Golay said to the representatives.

Meanwhile, the Sikkim Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) informed that it was the first time that all the representatives gathered under one roof, and the Chief Minister encouraged all to work collectively for their common goal.

Golay also urged the left out communities to form a joint platform to give further boost to the matter.

“The Government will actively strive to fulfil the aspirations of the people of the State, while unity and mutual cooperation is very significant to achieve the goal,” Golay added.


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