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SPCC questions govt on fake certificates
Published on 20 Jun. 2010 11:45 PM IST
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The Sikkim Pradesh Congress Committee (SPCC) has questioned why the State government has not taken action against 31,180 people having fake Sikkim Subject Certificates and the authorities who have issued such certificates.
“The state government is maintaining the Pink Card drive was started due to 31,180 fake Sikkim Subject Certificate holders.
Why is the government not taking legal action against such persons and those officials who issued the fraudulent documents?,” questioned the SPCC in a statement today.
According to UNI, the party also termed the distribution of Pink Card forms by the panchayats to the people as illegal.
“These forms do not have any serial numbers which can lead to the possibility of publication and distribution of similar fake forms. If the State government is claiming that the Pink Card is the most important document for the Sikkmese people, why the government is working so carelessly?,’’ It further questioned.
The SPCC also expressed its objections over price tag imposed on the Pink Card application forms by the state government.
Meanwhile, five senior leaders of the party would be attending a meeting called by the State Election Commission for the review meeting on electoral rolls on July 5.
The party has decided to submit a report to the Election Commission of India containing its claims of people having double citizenship in various parts of the state, who have managed to get their names registered in the electoral rolls.

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