He stated that by showing full respect to the court order, SKM party has decided to call off the strike. However, he announced that the party workers would sit on day-long hunger-strike at the party offices across the State as a mark of protest against the State government for not fulfilling the 35-point demand placed by SKM party.
It has to be mentioned here that on the occasion of the party foundation day on February 4 last, the party president placed a 35-point demand to the State Government with an ultimatum of February 25 to fulfil all demands.
Following the same, a group of students of Sikkim Law College had filed a petition at Sikkim High Court to restrain the 24 hours state bandh called by the party on Thursday.
In the hearing of the petition on Wednesday, the court passed an order and asked SKM party to immediately call off the bandh and also asked the ruling SDF party to withdraw its peaceful rally on the same day.