Incumbent Sikkim Chief Minister Shri Pawan Chamling has been included in the World Book of Records for being the longest serving Chief Minister of an Indian state.
Chamling Pawan Chamling was presented the certificate of record by the officials of World Book of Records at his official residence Mintokang in Gangtok on Wednesday evening.
The delegation of World Book of Records comprising Dr. Diwaker Sukul, chairman of World Book of Records, London; Kusumakar Sukul from Delhi; Santosh Shukla, president World Book of Records, Mumbai, and Vikram Trivedi, advocate in the High Court of Madhya Pradesh and educationist, Indore met Chamling and bestowed him with the award.
Several educationists from Sikkim and other northeastern states also accompanied the World Book of Records officials.
Chamling expressed his gratitude towards the World Book of Records officials for consolidating his efforts, for the recognition and their benevolent gesture.
The visiting delegates also lauded Chamling and expressed their pleasure in meeting the Chief Minister personally.
The World Book of Records, London, is an England-based organization also having its association with Alma Education, India.
Alma has been espousing the very cause of education and philanthropic activities across the nation and abroad for the last 18 years.
Under the distinguished category of WBR London, specific places, temples, forts, natural landscapes, tunnels, individuals and organizations in recognition of uniqueness and contain historic, economic, social and cultural impact among people are listed in the World Book of Records.