Will invite CBI to probe graft allegations against SDF regime: Sikkim CM

Sikkim chief minister PS Tamang on December 18 said that the state government will invite the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to probe the alleged allegations of corruption that surfaced during the preceding Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF)-government in the state.

Tamang said he would ensure the culprits are brought to book.

“CBI will be invited soon and action taken against the corrupt. On February 4, 2022 during the foundation day of Sikkim Krantikari Morcha party, I will expose the former SDF government. It will be followed by CBI coming to Sikkim to take action,” Tamang said addressing pensioners and government employees at Soreng in West Sikkim district.

He urged the youth to take advantage of the scenic beauty and natural resources of Soreng and develop tourism.

“You should be proactive and promote the location as tourism hotspot. The region has huge potential which the youth need to tap,” CM PS Tamang said.

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