SKM Expels Three Leaders for Anti-Party Activities

The Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) expelled three leaders, including former minister Karma Loden Bhutia, for anti-party activities. SKM chief Prem Singh Tamang instructed the expulsion, carried out by general secretary Pawan Gurung. This action followed a landslide victory in the Sikkim Assembly elections.


PTI | Gangtok | Updated: 03-06-2024 14:48 IST | Created: 03-06-2024 14:48 IST
SKM Expels Three Leaders for Anti-Party Activities
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The Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) has taken decisive action, expelling three leaders, including former minister Karma Loden Bhutia, for engaging in anti-party activities, according to a party official.

Acting on instructions from SKM chief Prem Singh Tamang, party general secretary Pawan Gurung issued the expulsion letter. It affected Bhutia, vice president (Culture Wing) Durga Prasad Pradhan, and Avinash Yakha, general secretary for press and media, youth wing. Their positions and primary membership were revoked immediately.

This move comes just a day after the SKM registered a landslide victory, securing 31 out of 32 seats in the Sikkim Assembly, showcasing the party's stringent stance on internal discipline.

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