Sikkim Himali Rajya Parishad (SHRP) Party has started its Jansamparka Abhiyan since 15th July 2011 across state and under this programme SHRP has already organized a public meeting at Soreng Bazaar on 21st July.
While speaking over the phone General Secretary SHRP Mr. Tara Shrestha informed that during the public meet party president Dr. A.D Subba informed the people of Soreng regarding their parties’ vision. Mr. Shrestha further said that their party will work towards development of state along with providing security to all the Sikkimese citizens and if the party succeeds in forming the government in future then it provide job to all unemployed youths of the state as the party has already made a vision since long time back.
Party holds many plans and programmes which will help them to solve all the problems persisting in the state but added that it will take some time. Furthermore Mr. Shrestha informed that during the speech Dr. Subba mentioned that their party holds a plan of depositing money for new born baby along with pregnancy facilities to the mother too.
Likewise former deputy Chief Minister Mr. P.T Luksam said that SDF party do not have much plans and programs for the new generation and what they had has already finished as they had limited plan and programme for the youths of state to be facilitated.
Adding more Mr. Luksam said that the Chief Minister Pawan Chamling do not have faith towards their MLA and Minister and considering which he has been speaking against the Minister and MLAs during his tour. Minister and MLAs of SDF led government did not follow orders of the Chief Minister due to which many projects across the state are still incomplete.
While addressing the gathering Mr. Tara Shrestha informed that Chief Minister Pawan Chamling has been saying that he wants to make every Sikkimese a producer instead of consumer but added that there is no single producer in the state who is stable. Informing more Mr. Shrestha stated that if CM Chamling is serious on his word then CM has to make the Sikkimese people a share holder especially to those who have provided land to private companies to operate or function in state currently.
Courtesy: Sikkim Mail