Supporters of the separatist group Gorkha Janmukti Yuva Morcha hurled gasoline bombs at a Trinamool Congress party office during a march on Wednesday in Kalimpong, near Darjeeling, according to media reports.
PTI reported that during the protest, one shop was destroyed but no one was injured. On Tuesday, GJM chief Bimal Gurung said the group’s indefinite shutdown of the strife-torn region would continue.
With the strike now in its 21st day, the situation in Darjeeling remains tense. Internet service remains suspended in the Darjeeling hills for the 18th consecutive day, PTI reported, adding that shops (except for pharmacies), restaurants, hotels, schools and colleges are still closed.
Since June 8, the region has been paralyzed by protests led by the GJM, which is seeking a separate state called Gorkhaland. Two people have been killed in the unrest.
Not two people Government killed more than 8 people in this time and from. Ego g of Gorkhaland since 1988 killed more than 3000Gorkha in there home stay ss saying foreigners and teririst . Look what is democracy and human right over there . No any Givt. Agencies are apologies northern any Indian poilitical pstties are raise the question for there suppressing in right demand. Democracy was killed in India . Police and Armstrong killed innocent ethnic people of the hills.Indian intellectuals groups must thinks for there constitutional demand and support them as other people of the country , why only Gorkha are suppress there .?.
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