Golay visits Namchi, take stock of law & order situation in South

Chief Minister P.S. Golay interacting with a patient and district officials. Pics: IPR
Mon, Jun 3, 2019

JORETHANG, (IPR): Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang (Golay) visited and attended a meeting at the Healing Centre of Nirvanic Bhawan Nandugoan today.
The Chief Minister interacted with the devotees and executive members of Sikkim State Heavenly Path Organisation and took stock of the grievances and demands placed before him. He also interacted with the 24 patients who are currently receiving care and attention in the Healing Centre.
Golay after giving a patient hearing to all the demands placed before him assured to appoint doctors and physiotherapists in the centre for the larger good and benefit of the sick and the ailing ones. He also affirmed to lift the State ban on the entry of spiritual leader God Angel to Sikkim within 100 days.
In the later half of the day, the Chief Minister chaired a meeting with the South District officials in Namchi. Present in the meeting were DC (south) Ragul.K, ADC (south) Satyen Pradhan, SDM (HQ) Hemant Rai, Jorethang SDM Tshering Bhutia and Namchi SDPO Roshan Gurung alongside other South District officials.
Following incidents of sporadic violence in and around Namchi, the Chief Minister assessed the law and order situation in the district and emphasized peace and harmony to be maintained by the authorities. He also issued orders to the Police department to take the stern action against the individuals found guilty irrespective of their party affiliation.
The Chief Minister also took a comprehensive review of the monsoon preparedness by the concerned stakeholders of the district and underlined the implications and hazards of monsoons and urged the officials to ensure public safety and convenience.
It may be mentioned here that the Chief Minister made several halts along the way to Namchi where he greeted and interacted with the general public.

Area: 7096 Sq Km
Altitude: 5,840 ft
Population: 6.10 Lakhs
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