Thursday, May 15, 2014

SDF group lobbies for RN Chamling as Rangrang-Yangang in-charge

GANGTOK, 14 May: Sikkim Democratic Front’s Panchayat members and party workers from Rangrang-Yangang constituency were in the capital today, convening a press conference to lobby for RN Chamling to be appointed in-charge of the constituency.
SDF party president, Chief Minister Pawan Chamling is contesting from Rangrang-Yangang and Namchi-Singithang constituencies and can retain only one of the two if he wins from both seats. The SDF delegation in town today was confident that Mr. Chamling will win from both constituencies and SDF will sweep the elections.
The group is requesting that RN Chamling, Mr. Pawan Chamling’s brother, be made in-charge of the constituency if the CM retains the Rangrang-Yangang seat. In case the party president chooses to retain the Namchi-Singithang seat instead, then they want RN Chamling to be given the party ticket for the bye-elections from Rangrang-Yangang.
Addressing a press conference today, SDF CEC member, Dil Hang Subba said that the people of the area are fortunate and happy about getting Pawan Chamling as their candidate this time. He added that the area will reach new levels of development under the leadership of the SDF party president.
Mr. Subba added that since the party president will have the responsibility of the whole state and its people [as the CM], the people of the area want RN Chamling to be appointed in-charge of the constituency.
It was informed that a delegation of around 150 vehicles had earlier submitted this demand to the party office and the party president as well. The conference was also addressed by other panchayat members and people of the area.

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