Gangtok: Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) president Pawan Chamling has said he will attend the upcoming Sikkim Assembly session slated for March 28. This will be the first occasion in three years when the former Chief Minister will be attending ‘to voice his opinion on the growing wrongs in the state he had ruled for 25 years’.
In a conversation with The Telegraph on Saturday, Chamling said he had not attended the Assembly session in the last three years because he felt democracy was being abused by the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) government.
“I will attend this session (starting Monday) since I have the right to raise questions in the interest of Sikkim. I will raise issues that have taken place in the last three years,” he said.
The SDF had won 15 seats and the SKM 17 in the last Sikkim polls.
Source: The Telegraph
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