World Book of Records, London, has included Sikkim CM Pawan Chamling for being the longest serving Chief Minister of any Indian State. The Chief Minster was awarded a certificate of record by the officials of World Book of Records at his official residence in Gangtok on Wednesday evening.
Chamling has expressed his gratitude to the officials from the World Book of Records for the recognition and for their gesture. The visiting delegates praised the CM and expressed great joy in meeting him personally and presenting the honour.
Chairman of World Book of Records, London, Dr Sukul, complimented Chamling for his record tenure as the Chief Minister of an Indian State and for the service to the people of Sikkim and the country. He said that Chamling is one of the most popular leaders in the country who has the continued love and support of the people.
The World Book of Records, London, is an England-based organization, also having association with Alma Education, India. Under the distinguished category of WBR London, specific places, temples, forts, natural landscapes, tunnels, individuals and organizations in recognition of uniqueness and containing historic, economic, social and cultural impact among people are listed in the World Book of Records.