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16 Jun 2017

'I will give my blood but not allow conspiracy in the Hills'

MP | 16 Jun 2017 | Kolkata: "I will give my blood but will not allow anyone to conspire to push Darjeeling into danger," were the Chief Minister's words in connection with the "hooliganism" in the Hills.
The state government will bring an end to the hooliganism that is going on in Darjeeling for vested interests of a section of people. She also urged the citizens of the Hills to not listen to the hooligans and throw them out to save the Hills.

Stating that the trouble in the Hills is the handiwork of some hooligans, the Chief Minister said: "I will give my blood, but will not allow anyone to conspire to push Darjeeling into danger."
She was speaking at a felicitation ceremony jointly organised by the Kolkata Police and the West Bengal Police.

Maintaining that there cannot be politics with guns, shells and Molotov cocktail, she said: "There was peace in the Hills. Some hooligans are creating trouble in the Hills. Five years have passed and now some people are carrying out hooliganism."

"Shops are closed and people have to suffer without any fault of their. Snatching someone's livelihood is not politics but hooliganism and we will bring an end to it. We will bring an end to it for the sake of peace in Darjeeling."
Banerjee further said that they (Gorkha Janmukti Morcha) do not want the betterment of Darjeeling. A conspiracy is going on to put Darjeeling in danger but she will not let it happen, assured the Chief Minister.
She further asserted: "A plan was hatched to attack my Cabinet colleagues when I went to hold a Cabinet meeting in Darjeeling. I have seen the situation as it happened in Darjeeling. Hurling of Molotov cocktail continued for two long hours. In Charu Market, one Molotov cocktail was hurled in 1980 and people were killed in the incident. Still people get traumatised recollecting it."

Raising a question she said: "What is the difference between them (GJM supporters) and terrorists when such activities are carried out."

Claiming that there was an intelligence failure and so the state was forced to take necessary steps, the Chief Minister said: "A policeman received severe injuries on one of his eyes. It was continuously bleeding. We had to airlift him to Kolkata and will do whatever necessary for the treatment."

She said: "I had seen eight to ten cars being set on fire in Darjeeling. It came to my mind when I went to the spot that how come the vehicles were burning till the next day of the incident. I found that they had set the clothes of policemen and women police on fire who went to perform their duty in Darjeeling from other parts of the state. Police carry bedroll with them when they go somewhere to perform their duty so that they can take some rest if possible. Those too were burnt, said the Chief Minister.

"I had asked Surajit Kar Purakayastha, Director General of Police, to give Rs 5,000 to each of the cops to buy clothes as they went there from quite a distance to perform their duty," she said.
(Source & Courtesy: http://www.millenniumpost.in/kolkata/kolkata-247445 )

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