GJM delegation in Delhi, reiterates mouza demand

A three-member delegation of the GJM on Thursday met Union Home Secretary R K Singh in New Delhi over the determination of territory of the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA). The GJM leadership once again raised their pitch against the state government over the territory issue demanding the inclusion of 399 mouzas of Terai and Dooras region into the GTA.

The GJM leaders, who rejected the report of Justice Shyamal Sen Committee over the inclusion of mouzas into the GTA, reiterated their demand to the Centre.

Harka Bahadur Chtetri, GJM MLA and senior GJM leader, said: "We have waited for a long time. We want our territory to determined. Our leaders held a meeting today and the result is satisfactory. We want the report to be submitted soon."

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