Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Golay has bared his “violent nature”, SDF counters

GANGTOK, 17 Feb: Sikkim Democratic Front [SDF] has contended that Sikkim Krantikari Morcha president, PS Tamang [Golay], revealed his inclination towards violence when he told his supporters at Singtam on Sunday to “attack Mintokgang” [the Chief Minister’s official residence] in response to every attack on them.
In a press release issued today, SDF spokesperson Bhim Dahal argues that the SKM president’s use of words like “attack” in a public meeting did not come as a surprise since the party has already been involved in random and rampant acts of violence. It is not wise to issue such threats as power cannot be acquired through violence, the release advises.
The ruling party has said that the SDF government has been providing development and benefits to the people for the past 20 years and has been organizing Janta Melas as well in the state. The release informs that this time the government has distributed different benefits, relief and developments worth Rs 800 crore in the Janta Mela.
In such a situation, a statement from Mr. Tamang dripping of violence shows his desperation and lack of political agenda, the release adds.
The SDF has further alleged and protested against what it sees as the use of “outside elements” by SKM in Sikkim’s politics.

Stating that the CBI was a central investigation agency and works as per the rules and law of the country, SDF argues that using the CBI in state politics proves Mr Tamang’s lack of political maturity and wisdom. It is surprising that Mr Tamang, who had praised the CM for his works in the 2009 elections, is now accusing him of not fulfilling his promises, the release adds. 

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