Sikkim CM pledges to protect state’s special status
By NeNow 16-Aug-2019
“On the occasion of 73rd Independence Day celebrations, I pledge to protect, conserve and consolidate the Article 371(F) of the Constitution which provides a special status to our state,” Tamang said while delivering his first Independence Day speech as state’s CM. He also said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah assured him that the rights granted to the state will not be tinkered with.
आज़ादी के 72वें साल में लोकतंत्र पर भीड़तंत्र हावी हो गया
The CM further said that his government will strive to make Sikkim corruption-free and ensure transparency and accountability in the functioning of ever institutions, public utilities and development programmes.
“Attaining the goal of zero corruption will require single-minded grit, technological interventions, technical vigil, transparency and accountability and reforms in moral and other attitudes of all stakeholders in public life,” he said.
“The government will set up an exclusive agency equipped with modern intelligence techniques, technology, and human capability to root out corruption,” the CM added. He also assured of reducing the debts under which the state currently is in.
क्या आरक्षण पर मोहन भागवत के बयान से चुनावों में बीजेपी को नुकसान होगा?
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