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Posted by Ramesh Khati on September 17, 2009


GANGTOK: The Gorkhas across the nation should give priority to the development of their own states, which will automatically be in the interests of the Gorkhas, said BGP Working President CK Shrestha at a meeting of the Parisangh at Geyzing in West Sikkim.

Shrestha briefed the gathering about the principles, programmes and objectives of the umbrella body of the Indian Gorkha community. He stressed that the programmes of BGP was not limited to protecting the interests of the Gorkhas but also to transform the potential of the community in the development of their respective states and the nation.

Shrestha said that the BGP efforts at promoting the interests of the Gorkha community should not be read along political lines.

At the meeting attended by BGP state committee patron Dr. Kamal Gurung, advisor Raj K Shrestha, general secretary S Pandey and media cell head Prabin Khaling, a district level committee for West Sikkim was formed. The members are BB Rai (advisor), HB Pradhan (president), working president (PB Hingmang), Surat Gurung, Passang Kinga Chodar Sherpa and Narendra Rai (vice presidents), Gopal Tamang (general secretry), Purna Khatiwada, Lakshmi Prasad Gurung, Madhu Sharma and Sundar Pradhan (joint secretaries) and Madhusudhan Gurung (treasurer). Executive members include PT Moktan, DR Khadka, PL Sharma, Rudra Kaushik, KN Subba and Saroj Gurung.

Similarly, an interim district committee for South Sikkim was also formed today at a meeting at Namchi in South Sikkim. The members are Lopsang Lama (patron), KB Rai (advisor), GS Sharma, Champadivash Rai (president), SM Basnet (working president), BS Subba and Naresh Gurung (vice presidents) and Balaram Dhamal (publicity secretary). The interim committee will be formally inducted during the State level meeting of BGP at Ranipool on September 20.

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