SKM chief PS Tamang will now take oath as Chief Minister of Sikkim on June 10

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Gangtok. PS Tamang’s swearing-in ceremony as Sikkim Chief Minister has been postponed for a day and the SKM chief will now take oath for the second term on June 10. Party leaders gave this information on Friday. According to party leaders, in the meeting of the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) Legislature Party held during the day at Mintokgang, the official residence of Chief Minister K Tamang, it was decided to hold the swearing-in ceremony on June 10 instead of 9. In fact, Tamang will go to Delhi on Sunday to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi will take oath as Prime Minister for the third time. An SKM leader said that Tamang may leave for New Delhi on Saturday.

Another party leader said, “Tamang and his council of ministers will now take oath on June 10 at the Paljor Stadium.” In the legislature party meeting, the newly elected SKM MLAs unanimously passed a resolution to extend the party’s support to Modi. Tamang said, “We congratulate Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the NDA for the remarkable victory in the Lok Sabha elections. Sikkim Krantikari Morcha will support the NDA for the development and progress of our country.” He expressed gratitude to the people of the state for giving the SKM an opportunity to serve Sikkim once again. In the recent assembly and parliamentary elections, the ruling SKM has registered a spectacular victory by securing 31 out of 32 seats. Party candidate Indra Hang Subba retained the only Lok Sabha seat by a huge margin.

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