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Bhaichung Bhutia’s Political Shift: Hamro Sikkim Party Merges with SDF

Significant Political Merger at Sikkim’s Political Landscape

In a noteworthy political development, Bhaichung Bhutia, the president of Hamro Sikkim Party, has officially merged his party with the Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) and joined the party led by Pawan Chamling. The merger was announced during an SDF program held at Rabongla in South Sikkim, marking a substantial shift in the state’s political dynamics.

Pawan Chamling’s ‘Save Sikkim’ Mission

The merger is perceived as a significant accomplishment for Pawan Chamling and his party, as the former Chief Minister has been vocal in his criticism of the current government in the state. Chamling has initiated the ‘Save Sikkim’ mission, a political campaign aimed at working for the welfare of the Sikkimese people. During the announcement, Chamling expressed concerns about the alleged corruption in the present government, accusing them of neglecting the betterment of the people of Sikkim.

Bhaichung Bhutia Joins ‘Save Sikkim’ Mission

Bhaichung Bhutia, renowned for his achievements in Indian football, has not only merged his party with SDF but has also joined the ‘Save Sikkim’ mission under the leadership of Pawan Chamling. The former footballer’s decision to align with SDF indicates a strategic move to contribute to the political discourse in Sikkim.

SDF’s Cleansing from Corruption

Explaining his choice of merging with SDF, Bhutia stated, “Following the exit of corrupt leaders, SDF has now cleansed itself of corruption.” He emphasized that SDF, under Chamling’s leadership, has demonstrated a commitment to transparency and integrity. Bhutia pointed out that despite the claims by the current government about Chamling’s alleged corruption, they have failed to file a single case against him in the last four years. This, according to Bhutia, reinforces the perception that Chamling is free from corruption.

SDF’s Advocacy for Sikkim

During the opposition years, SDF has been actively advocating for the interests of Sikkim, according to Bhutia. He commended SDF as the only party in the last four years that consistently spoke up for the welfare of Sikkim. The ‘Save Sikkim’ campaign initiated by SDF further underscores the party’s commitment to the well-being and progress of the state.

Bhaichung Bhutia’s Analogy

Drawing an analogy to football, Bhutia likened the partnership between him and SDF to the iconic combination of Messi and Argentina in the World Cup. The comparison implies a synergistic collaboration with the aim of achieving significant political goals, similar to the success witnessed on the football field.

The merger of Hamro Sikkim Party with SDF, along with Bhaichung Bhutia’s active participation in the ‘Save Sikkim’ mission, is poised to reshape the political landscape in Sikkim. The move signifies a strategic realignment and collaboration between influential political figures to address the challenges and aspirations of the people in the state.

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