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who scored twice in the opening 13 minutes,which was held at the VITS Hotel in Balewadi saw a total of 160 bands from across the state battle it out for the top weighs even less than a T-shirt. doesn’t the Centre think this agitation be quelled immediately?" asked acting Chief Justice Nishita Mhatre while hearing a plea for restoration of normalcy in the Darjeeling hills The division bench of acting Chief Justice Mhatre and Justice Tapabrata Chakraborty directed the West Bengal government officials to sit with the Ministry of Home Affairs to sort out the requirements for paramilitary forces on the basis of ground conditions Expressing displeasure at the state and the Centre sparring over the requirement of Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) in the restive Darjeeling hills the bench observed "The situation can improve only if both of you sit together and sort out the issues" The court asked the Centre and the state government to reach a meaningful understanding over CAPF requirement before 11 July when the matter would be heard next On the same day the central governmentsaidthat it was keen on holding tripartite talks with the GJM and the West Bengal government to end the ongoing agitation in the Darjeeling hills "We want to hold dialogue with the agitating organisations to ensure peace returns to Darjeeling In the talks the West Bengal government’s presence is necessary as law and order is a state subject" a home ministry official said The development came just four days after the GJM asked central government to initiate a dialogue on the demand for a separate state of Gorkhaland saying the current agitation was not a mere law and order problem 8 July In an attempt to bring back normalcy in violence-affected areas in West Bengal a group of people including retired army generals ambassadors and judges met Home Minister Rajnath Singh and sought his intervention The delegation included Justice (retd) SN Dhingra former Delhi commissioner of police RS Gupta former Sikkim DGP RK Handa Maj Gen (retd) Dhruv Katoch and former ambassador Vidyasagar Verma Meanwhile GJM activists went on a rampage after Tasi Bhutia (30) died during a sudden flare up at Sonada in Darjeeling district in which a number of vehicles were vandalised allegedly by Gorkhaland activists "An innocent Gorkhaland supporter has been shot dead. We are deeply hurt and shaken to the core" GNLF leader Neeraj Zimba had said However the police denied the allegation Backing the police state tourism minister Gautam Deb had said"The allegation that Bhutia died in police firing is completely false" Two government offices including one belonging to the Food and Supply Department were also vandalised in Darjeeling As news of the death spread hundreds of Gorkhaland supporters came out on the streets and raised slogans against alleged "police atrocities" They clashed with the police and set on fire a police outpost at Sonada and the toy train station of the Darjeeling-Himalayan Railways a UNESCO World Heritage site The police had to use teargas shells against GJM and Gorkha National Liberation Front (GNLF) activists who attacked the security personnel at Sonada and Chawkbazar With a rise in violence the army was redeployed across the hills Two columns of the army comprising around 100 personnel were deployed at Sonada and Darjeeling in the wake of fresh violence defence sources said Mamata government’s long-standing friction with the Narendra Modi-led Centre was clearly visible as the state government accused the Centre of "deliberate and total non-cooperation" and alleged that its refusal to send CRPF personnel as demanded by the state government led to the crisis However the home ministry said that 11 companies of paramilitary force personnel were sent to Darjeeling including one company consisting of women Gorkhaland movement has gained traction in the last few weeks Getty images 9 July The Gorkhaland protests also affected Sikkim badly as National Highway 10 the state’s only link to India came under attack from protesters Sikkim chief minister Pawan Chamlingspoke tothe home minister over the prevailing situation Singh assured the Sikkim government that the Centre will ensure the security of the national highway Singh also directed Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi to coordinate with the West Bengal administration and ensure the safety security and smooth traffic on NH 10 which connects Siliguri in West Bengal with Sikkim capital Gangtok The protests also reached the national capital as supporters of the Gorkhaland movement marched to Jantar Mantar to reinforce their demand for a separate state and the immediate imposition of President’s Rule in West Bengal "The West Bengal government is treating common people like terrorists and killing them The central government should remove paramilitary forces and terminate the services of the Director General of Police" GSSS president Kiran BK told PTI Even as sporadic incidents of violence and arson rocked Darjeeling following a pro-Gorkhaland activist’s death allegedly in police firing the ruling TMC blamed "foreign hand" for the unrest while slamming BJP for trying to "break" the state "The central government has been on a non-cooperation mode with the state and some of the central agencies are interfering which is against the federal structure There is a conspiracy to disturb Bengal and the international borders of the state We have on several occasions requested for the deployment of the central forces Had they been deployed timely the current situation could have been avoided"Mamata said at the state secretariat Nabanna Dubbing the pro-Gorkhaland agitation as "pre-planned" and "planted" Mamata added?the CBI had only framed charges against the accused for the death of Surjeet Singh,49 crore. Secretary of Mansatala Sarbojonin Durgotsab Committee in Kidderpore, Written by Press Trust Of India | Published: August 25, The couple’s divorce was finalised in July 2014.but also schools have been restricted from increasing fee every year.

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