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GJM puts Gorkhaland demand on backburner

Marcus Dam

KOLKATA: The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) leadership has put its demand for a separate Gorkhaland State on the backburner and agreed to resume the process of dialogue with the West Bengal government and the Centre to resolve the political crisis in the Darjeeling hills.

GJM president Bimal Gurung, along with his colleagues, called on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee here on Monday when it was decided that talks would be held with the State administration on June 6.

The talks will be a prelude to the next round of tripartite discussions at the political level for, as the Chief Minister put it, “a speedy solution” to the impasse over the issue.

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