Last Updated: 27th September, 2022 02:07 IST
Demand for ILP continues in Sikkim
Bhaichung Bhutia along with Party Members staged a one-day Dharna demanding Inner Line Permit for Sikkim to control the influx.
The Demand for Implementation of the Inner Line Permit continues in the Himalayan state with the Hamro Sikkim Party staging a Dharna in the State capital on Thursday.
Protesting at the DC complex in Gangtok, Arjuna Awardee and Hamro Sikkim Party Chief, Bhaichung Bhutia along with Party Members staged a one-day Dharna demanding Inner Line Permit for Sikkim to control the influx.
Addressing the Dharna, HSP informed that the party will organize a ‘Jan Sansad’ on October 16 to pass a resolution for implementation of ILP in Sikkim. The resolution will be handed over to Home Minister Amit Shah.
Party Chief Bhaichung Bhutia also added that ILP is absolutely necessary to curb the Influx, of fake Residential Certificates, fake Certificates of Identification, fake voter ID unemployment, drug trafficking, and crime in Sikkim.
Meanwhile Reacting to the Dharna staged by the Hamro Sikkim Party in Gangtok, Political secretary to Chief Minister and Spokesperson of Sikkim Krantikari Morcha party, Jacob Khaling accused HSP Chief Bhaichung Bhutia and Socio-Political organization ‘Sikkim Progressive Youth Forum’ for disturbing the peace in Sikkim.
Khaling said Bhutia and the SPYF have always made an issue out of small matters to disrupt the peace in Sikkim.
Jacob Khaling slammed Bhaichung Bhutia for staging a dharna in Gangtok, the SKM Spokesperson termed the protest nothing but a drama.
First Published: 16th September, 2022 9:10 IST
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