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GJM rules out talks with Bengal govt

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The GJM today ruled out any discussion with but said it is "comfortable" in holding talks with the BJP-led at the Centre.

The is an ally of the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) and party MP S S Ahluwalia had won the 2014 elections from Darjeeling with its help.



"We are not ready for talks with has insulted us, she has called us terrorists," GJM leader Binay Tamang said.

"We are fighting for our right and freedom. We will talk only with the central We are not interested in talks with and her TMC government," he said.

Tamang's comment comes in the backdrop Banerjee's claim of "deep-rooted conspiracy" in Darjeeling Hills supported by insurgent groups of the NE for helping the GJM in its demand for a separate Gorkhaland.

Banerjee said she is ready for talks but not under the current situation.

GJM supremo Bimal Gurung has accused the state police of letting lose atrocities on the people of the hills and said the time has come for an all out fight for Gorkhaland.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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GJM rules out talks with Bengal govt

The GJM today ruled out any discussion with West Bengal government but said it is "comfortable" in holding talks with the BJP-led government at the Centre. The BJP is an ally of the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) and party MP S S Ahluwalia had won the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from Darjeeling with its help. "We are not ready for talks with West Bengal government. Mamata Banerjee has insulted us, she has called us terrorists," GJM leader Binay Tamang said. "We are fighting for our right and freedom. We will talk only with the central government. We are not interested in talks with Mamata Banerjee and her TMC government," he said. Tamang's comment comes in the backdrop Banerjee's claim of "deep-rooted conspiracy" in Darjeeling Hills supported by insurgent groups of the NE for helping the GJM in its demand for a separate Gorkhaland. Banerjee said she is ready for talks but not under the current situation. GJM supremo Bimal Gurung has accused the state police of letting lose ... The GJM today ruled out any discussion with but said it is "comfortable" in holding talks with the BJP-led at the Centre.

The is an ally of the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) and party MP S S Ahluwalia had won the 2014 elections from Darjeeling with its help.

"We are not ready for talks with has insulted us, she has called us terrorists," GJM leader Binay Tamang said.

"We are fighting for our right and freedom. We will talk only with the central We are not interested in talks with and her TMC government," he said.

Tamang's comment comes in the backdrop Banerjee's claim of "deep-rooted conspiracy" in Darjeeling Hills supported by insurgent groups of the NE for helping the GJM in its demand for a separate Gorkhaland.

Banerjee said she is ready for talks but not under the current situation.

GJM supremo Bimal Gurung has accused the state police of letting lose atrocities on the people of the hills and said the time has come for an all out fight for Gorkhaland.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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GJM rules out talks with Bengal govt

The GJM today ruled out any discussion with but said it is "comfortable" in holding talks with the BJP-led at the Centre.

The is an ally of the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) and party MP S S Ahluwalia had won the 2014 elections from Darjeeling with its help.

"We are not ready for talks with has insulted us, she has called us terrorists," GJM leader Binay Tamang said.

"We are fighting for our right and freedom. We will talk only with the central We are not interested in talks with and her TMC government," he said.

Tamang's comment comes in the backdrop Banerjee's claim of "deep-rooted conspiracy" in Darjeeling Hills supported by insurgent groups of the NE for helping the GJM in its demand for a separate Gorkhaland.

Banerjee said she is ready for talks but not under the current situation.

GJM supremo Bimal Gurung has accused the state police of letting lose atrocities on the people of the hills and said the time has come for an all out fight for Gorkhaland.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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