BJP head office in Delhi, directed the Sikkim BJP to form three “high-level committees” to work on resolving three pending issues of Sikkim – Limboo and Tamang Assembly seat reservation, tribal status for the left-out committees and entry of Karmapa to Sikkim.
The committees were announced during a meeting on these three issues at its head-office in Singtam on Wednesday, a press release informs.
The meeting was attended by the President D.B. Chauhan, MLAs, party functionaries and other senior workers.
BJP setting up committees
The crucial role of BJP in resolving the issue was discussed and to take forward the these issues with the Centre, the meeting formed three high-level committees, information released by the party.
The committees would be studying the Limboo-Tamang seat reservation and tribal status demand issues and then approach the Central leadership and MPs for a solution.
MLAs N.K. Subba, Farwanti Tamang, D.T. Lepcha and K.S. Lepcha are in the Limboo-Tamang seat committee along with senior State workers.
MLAs D.R. Thapa, K.B. Rai and Raj Kumari Thapa and party functionaries are in the committee for the tribal status demand of the left-out communities of Sikkim.
To initiate the Karmapa’s entry to Sikkim, the committee of has MLAs Ugen Gyatso Bhutia, Sonam Venchungpa, T.T. Bhutia, Pintso Namgyal Lepcha and Y.T. Lepcha along with State BJP functionaries.
Earlier, the gathering witnessed the video conference address made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the BJP workers detailing every aspect of the Union Budget 2022-23 presented at the Parliament on Tuesday. The meeting welcomed the Union Budget and said it draws the roadmap of the nation’s future for 25 years, informs the release.