Sikkim Democratic Front to start workshops for party members

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Gangtok, May 18, 2012:

The Central Executive Members meeting of the Sikkim Democratic Front party ( SDF) was held on Wednesday under the chairmanship of KB Chamling at the party head office at Bye pass, Gangtok.

The meeting was held to discussed about the upcoming workshops for the party members which is also the thinking of the party president Pawan Chamling. The meeting discussed the diverse SDF party principles, programmes, vision, schemes and on several other policies of the party. Soon the workshop for the party members will kick start in the State is learnt. It is also learnt that a meeting will be held on 21 May to discuss the future course.

Also present on the meeting were spokesperson Bhim Dahal, presidents DT Lepcha, Girish Chandra Rai, Somnath Poudyal, general secretaries Nimthit Lepcha, Manita Mangar, TN Sharma, Prem Karki, former MLA Kunga Gyatso, chelli morcha coordinator Karma Ongmu Bhutia, students cell secretary Kabita Subba, cultural cell coordinator Basant Lamichaney, central party workers Subadra Dungal, and Santosh Thatal.

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  1. mohit b paraskar


  2. Katy

    last year, i went to darjeeling with flimay and while on the way everyone was telling that we should do the sikkim trip too while we were there…we dint have the time!!!but that gave me the determination to do sikkim in detail…..!!pic is awesome!!!

  3. Ali

    Totally agree with you on how Taiwanese runners are uneitd in oversea race.I was just in DaNang joining half marathon. There were over 50 Taiwanese runners taking photos and cheering before the race started. It is so amazing that Taiwanese runners accounted for over 30% of participants in such an oversea race.

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