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GJM Leadership Breaks Silence, Will Meet Mamata Banerjee for ‘Peace’ in Darjeeling Hills

File photograph of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

The political state of affairs within the West Bengal hill district took a brand new flip after ex-GJM president Bimal Gurung resurfaced in Kolkata on October 21.

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  • Final Up to date: November 1, 2020, 15:05 IST
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The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) management lastly broke its silence on Sunday and issued an official communication saying get together president Binoy Tamang and basic secretary Anit Thapa will name on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to debate the present political state of affairs within the Darjeeling Hills.

The political state of affairs within the West Bengal hill district took a brand new flip after ex-GJM president Bimal Gurung resurfaced in Kolkata on October 21.

“Our get together management was invited every week again for talks and the way peace and tranquility will be maintained within the hills in addition to to debate present political state of affairs of North Bengal,” GJM spokesperson Keshav Raj Pokhrel mentioned on Sunday whereas issuing a press communique.

He mentioned that Tamang and Thapa would attend the talks which shall be hosted by Banerjee on the state secretariat Nabanno on November 3.

“The assembly will happen at Nabanna at Three p.m. on third November, 2020. Anticipated departure of Tamang and Thapa for Kolkata shall be on November 2,” Pokhrel mentioned.

Gurung, who had been absconding since 2017 after he was charged underneath the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act in reference to a grenade assault at Kalimpong police station, had introduced that his get together would snap all ties with the Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP)-led Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA) on the Centre and help the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress in 2021 state meeting elections.

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