Sikkim | Pawan Chamling becomes longest serving Indian CM

Gangtok, April 29: Sikkim has always been one of the idol states of India with distinctions such as the first fully organic state of India among others. The natural and scenic beauty of the state too is known to all. The state of Sikkim has achieved another feat as Chief Minister Pawan Chamling became the longest serving Indian Chief Minister.

It may be mentioned here that Chamling has already completed 23 years four months and 17 days on April 29, 2018 as the CM of Sikkim with the 24th year running. He broke the record which was earlier set by Jyoti Basu, who served as CM for 23 years four months and 15 days in West Bengal.

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Chamling has been been serving as the CM of Sikkim since December 12, 1994 for the fifth consecutive. His present term of office will end 2019, after serving a period of 25 years.

He may or may not participate in the subsequent polls, but if he does, he can rest assured of victory as the past 23 years is nothing but a testimony of the people’s support and faith in the CM.

Team UniTreed congratulates Chamling and wishes him and Sikkim prosperity in the coming days too.

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