“There should be a good sports academy in the state which should look after the footballers, nurture and train them and make them ready to represent the state in national level competitions,” he said.
Talking about his Hamro Sikkim Party and its scope of winning in the recently concluded elections, Bhaichung said his party is a ‘newborn baby’ and to compete in a state like Sikkim, where there are already two big regional parties, it was and would be quite tough.
He, however, said his party is looking forward to stand tall as a long-term political party.
“We are looking forward for the results on May 23,” Bhaichung said.
Meanwhile, speaking on the clothing brand he inaugurated, Bhaichung said the youths of Arunachal Pradesh are more inclined towards new fashion trends, thus Louis Philippe, being a reputed brand will enrich the youths more in terms of fashion.