GORKHA ADIVASI POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE: Stability is a must – HE Darjeeling Governor MK Narayanan

GORKHA ADIVASI POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE: Stability is a must – HE Darjeeling Governor MK Narayanan – on a relaxed holiday,  the art of saying without speaking ?!! Maybe the CPM needs a break too ?!!

 

His Excellency Darjeeling Governor MK Narayanan in Darjeeling (DT) - in need of a rested working holiday, soothes the nerves and eases the mind ?!!

From Kalimnews

 

Sunday, 31 October 2010, 00:17 hrs: Bengal Governor MK Narayanan admitted that Darjeeling hills are situated in a rather vulnerable location so they should be governed by anyone who can restore peace, harmony and stability in the area.

He further said that Darjeeling hills are in an unstable state and need immediate stability.

Governor Narayanan accompanied with his wife, arrived in Kalimpong on Saturday the morning and stayed at the Circuit House and is scheduled to return to Darjeeling on Sunday after visiting Lava and its adjoining areas. He visited Durpin and Delo.

MEANWHILE

GJM to meet party members from outside Darjeeling to decide future of the Gorkha agitation – with no give by Bengal on the territory issue the GJM is doomed, just as Bengal wants it ?!!

From our Himal News Special Correspondent

Darjeeling, Sunday October 31, 2010, 8:14 hrs: GJM is scheduled to meet all their party members from outside Darjeeling – Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, the East & North East to discuss whether the party should accept the Interim Setup for the next two years or carry on with the agitation for Gorkhaland.

The meeting is scheduled to start at 10:30 am today.

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