SKM candidate visits Rhenock’s remotest village
Gangtok, 12 May:
A team of Sikkim Krantikari Morcha party workers led by vice-president and Rhenock candidate, Bishnu Kumar Khatiwada, and senior party worker, LM Yonzon, visited the remote village of Kali Khola in Rhenock constituency in East Sikkim on Sunday.
An SKM press release informs that Teendharey Kali Khola ward is one of the remotest villages in Rhenock and was still lacking road connectivity or health centre, drinking water supply and that no developmental activities have been undertaken here in the 25 years of the SDF government.
The release alleges that SDF promised several times to bring a road to the village but ignored the village after elections.
The release adds that the SKM candidate interacted with the people of the area during the visit and also thanked them on behalf of the party president PS Tamang [Golay] for their support in the elections.
Mr Khatiwada assured to bring all basic facilities in the village should SKM form the next government in Sikkim.
He also shared the vision of the party to develop Smart Villages in the State.