Gangtok, Aug 29
A high level team of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Sikkim has held cordial meeting with Arjun Rai, a social worker and politician in Namchi today and discussed on various political issues of the state. The team was led by BJP Sikkim President Shri DB Chauhan, included legislators Rajkumari Thapa, Farwanti Tamang, South District membership in-charge Dawa Bhutia, co-incharge Bishnu Mangar and activist Bhola Chauhan.
During the meeting, social worker Arjun Rai congratulated the BJP, Sikkim unit for becoming the main opposition party in the state after the joining of 10 MLAs recently. He praised the implementation of people-oriented programmes and taking courageous decision on national interest by the central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and expressed confidence that the BJP would do well to the Sikkimese people said in a press release issued by BJP Spokesperson Sr. Kamal Adhikari
Likewise, BJP state president DB Chauhan said that the government under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi is working to enhance the honor, dignity and reputation of the country by giving priority to the theme Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikash, and Sikkimese people are fully satisfied with his work. He expressed his confidence on Sikkimese people that they will adopt BJP very soon. Discussing on various development plans of the central government, President Chauhan said that the plan to make Namchi a Smart City was also a great gift to the people of Sikkim. During this period, he discussed the Ayushman Bharat Yojana, Kisaan Maandhan Yojana and other people-oriented schemes, and said that the BJP would work in the coming days to bring it to the grassroots level in Sikkim.
On the other hand, BJP, Sikkim general secretary SB Karki and Vice-president Jagat Singh Singhi attended a workshop on membership drive held at BJP headquarters in New Delhi today. Addressing the workshop, Vice-President Jagat Singh Singhhi informed the party high command that 40 thousand people have already accepted BJP membership in Sikkim and are aiming to make 60,000 members by September 15 this year.