Inauguration of SGAY house under Rangang-Yangang Constituency

Namchi, 22nd November (IPR): Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) Mr Indra Hang Subba inaugurated the first Sikkim Garib Awas Yojana (SGAY) house under Rangang-Yangang Constituency at Lower Sripatam, today.
The MP was accompanied by Advisor (State Medicinal Plant Board) Mr Dichen Phigu Bhutia, APS (South) Ms Anjeeta Rajalim, ADC Development (Ravangla) Mr Sunil Mothey along with BDOs and panchayats.

At the outset, MP inaugurated newly completed SGAY house of Mr Dhan Prasad Limboo at Lower Sripatam Ward. Further, he also handed over a total of 13 SGAY house keys to the beneficiaries of the constituency which are namely;
1. Mr Dhan Prasad Limboo
2. Mr Dilli Ram Chettri
3. Mrs Phul Maya Chettri
4. Mr Sonam Topgay Lepcha
5. Mr Subash Rai
6. Mr Padam Bdr Limboo
7. Mrs Dawa Lhamu Bhutia
8. Mr Shiva Basnett
9. Mr Tika Ram Gurung
10. Mr Prakash Niraula
11. Mr Sukbir Limboo
12. Mr Phur Tshering Bhutia
13. Mr Man Singh Rai

Addressing the gathering, Mr Indra Hang Subba extended his congratulations to all the beneficiaries for their new houses and also thanked the concerned department and other stakeholders for the successful completion of the houses within the stipulated time frame. He said that the houses built under the scheme is a validation to improving the living standard of the society especially that of the weaker section.
The MP apprised about the state government efforts to set up a campus of Sikkim University in Yangang. He said this campus shall soon be functional as it is the utmost priority of the government. Additionally, he spoke about various developmental projects, new schemes and policies introduced by the state government for the upliftment and sustenance of rural livelihood in Sikkim.
Mr Sunil Mothey highlighted the aim and objectives of SGAY which is to enhance the living standard of the poor and marginalised section of the society. He informed about the status of the completion of SGAY houses in the first phase of the scheme and also spoke about the facilities and amenities provided under the scheme at an estimated construction cost of rupees 17lakh.
The event also saw a brief presentation on the technical report of SGAY house by Mungpia Enterprises.

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