Sikkim Chief Minister P.S. Golay visited Karuneshwar Shivalaya Mandir situated at Sang Zingla, East Sikkim on Saturday. He offered water to the Shiva Linga and furthermore offered his prayers.
He was agreed on a warm welcome by the executive members of the Shivalaya Mandir committee, and local people present there. The public put forward their complaints before the Chief Minister which he guaranteed to render each conceivable help, an IPR discharge informs.
On Sunday, Chief Minister P.S. Golay went to the main semi-final match of Late. Tara Man Chettri Memorial Open Football Tournament at Melli playground, South Sikkim. The tournament organized by Independence Day Celebration Committee had the nearness of DC South Ragul K, SP South Prawin Gurung, SDPO Jorethang S.K. Shrestha, SDM Jorethang R. Bhandari, panchayats, instructors, understudies, and nearby gentry.
Addressing the social event, Golay talked about the significance of playing any sort of games so as to be physically and mentally fit. Moreover, he said that the sprouting youthful games players ought to be urged so as to understand their fantasy to turn into a superb sportsperson thereby bringing about laurels to the state. He likewise referred to instances of worldwide footballers of Sikkim like Nirmal Chettri, Robin Gurung and Bikash Jairu who were additionally playing in the today’s match in Melli FC team and explained that youthful players of Sikkim ought to pursue the brilliant donning direction of these players. He further emphasized that major sporting events in the State should be adopted as a business model and said the State government will provide the basic amenities for development of this model.
The first semi-last match was played between Kanchenjunga Football Club (KFC) and Melli Football Club (MFC) wherein the previous rose champ with a scoreline of 3-2. Essentially, Suman Hazra goalkeeper of KFC was named as man of the match.