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Chamling urges people to uphold peace and freedom in Sikkim

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Press Trust of India Gangtok
Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling on Monday urged the people of the state to uphold the hard-earned peace, goodwill, security and freedom that prevails in the Himalayan State.
Chamling in his message to the people on the New Year's eve also exhorted the people to pledge to take the name, fame and image of Sikkim the most developed, wealthy, happy and prosperous state.
Sikkim, he said, has been freed from the clutches of poverty, hunger, illiteracy and unemployment.
"Let us resolve to be on our guard to uphold the hard-earned peace, goodwill, security and freedom that prevail in Sikkim ... May Sikkim be kept from destruction, unrest and hatred from racial, communal and religious differences," Chamling said.
Speaking of the achievements of his government over the past 24 years, the chief minister said that he was happy with the "world-class performance" of his government which must be leveraged to take Sikkims name, fame and glory across the globe next year.

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First Published: Dec 31 2018 | 7:41 PM IST

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