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‘GJMM will stick to Gorkhaland’

Posted by Ramesh Khati on September 28, 2009

KURSEONG, 27 SEPT: The GJMM has iterated its stand that it would unilaterally declare Gorkhaland in the first half of the next year in case the tripartite dialogue slated in Darjeeling on 21 December fails to yield result as per the declaration of the party president, Mr Bimal Gurung a few days back.
Commenting on the matter, the GJMM spokesperson, Dr Harka Bahadur Chettri said that despite the submission of all the documents deemed relevant regarding their statehood demand the Central government had not made its stand clear on the tricky issue.
“They are deferring decision on the pretext of the continuing dialogue. Our patience is wearing thin as this spell of dithering keeps dragging on. We want the Centre to spell out its stand unequivocally clear one and for all,” Dr Chettri said.
Regarding the formation of Durga Malla Special Force, Dr Chettri said that as patriotic citizens they could not afford to remain idle when the land of the country was being surreptiously grabbed by the Chinese Army. “The special force would be formed under the guidance of the Centre,” he added.
When asked whether his party has approached the Centre regarding the proposal the GJMM media secretary said that they had not submitted any paper in this respect. “We have forwarded our proposal through the instrumentality of the media and now we are awaiting the Centre’s response,” he said.
He also added that however with the help of media we have already informed the matter to the government and presently we are waiting for the government’s reaction on the matter.

KURSEONG, 27 SEPT(The Statesman): The GJMM has iterated its stand that it would unilaterally declare Gorkhaland in the first half of the next year in case the tripartite dialogue slated in Darjeeling on 21 December fails to yield result as per the declaration of the party president, Mr Bimal Gurung a few days back.

Commenting on the matter, the GJMM spokesperson, Dr Harka Bahadur Chettri said that despite the submission of all the documents deemed relevant regarding their statehood demand the Central government had not made its stand clear on the tricky issue.

“They are deferring decision on the pretext of the continuing dialogue. Our patience is wearing thin as this spell of dithering keeps dragging on. We want the Centre to spell out its stand unequivocally clear one and for all,” Dr Chettri said.

Regarding the formation of Durga Malla Special Force, Dr Chettri said that as patriotic citizens they could not afford to remain idle when the land of the country was being surreptiously grabbed by the Chinese Army. “The special force would be formed under the guidance of the Centre,” he added.

When asked whether his party has approached the Centre regarding the proposal the GJMM media secretary said that they had not submitted any paper in this respect. “We have forwarded our proposal through the instrumentality of the media and now we are awaiting the Centre’s response,” he said.

He also added that however with the help of media we have already informed the matter to the government and presently we are waiting for the government’s reaction on the matter.

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