“I will go to New Delhi within a few days” Bimal Gurung; “I will raise the issue of the all Gorkhas before the Supreme Court”

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“I request all my supporter to be patience and do not do anything that will be used against us. I will stand beside you soon. I request all my supporters to be careful of those opportunist leaders who are trying desperately to create violence and undermine our movement.” Bimal Gurung

“People were struggling for their identity and not for compensation”

THE HIMALAYAN BEACON

DARJEELING, 21 NOVEMBER 2017: Bimal Gurung has released an audio thanking the Supreme Court for its decision giving him relief. He said that the Gorkhas all over the hills and the nation were happy for the upholding of their rights the Supreme Court. He said that he through his lawyers had put forward all the problems that the Gorkha people were facing before the Supreme Court. He said that the Supreme Court was concerned about the highhandedness of the State Government. He thanked the Supreme Court for the justice rendered to him.

He also thanked all the people for their daily prayers and support. He said that the people were struggling for their identity and not for compensation. He said that he had knocked at the doors of all the Government Offices including the Courts to raise the issue of Gorkhaland.

He said, “I will go to New Delhi within few days and I will raise the issue of all the Gorkha people at the Supreme Court. I request all my supporter to be patience and do not do anything that will be used against us. I will stand beside you soon. I request all my supporters to be careful of those opportunist leaders who are trying desperately to create violence and undermine our movement. We will have to use our head and tread cautiously. There are many among us who are working in connivance with the State Government and eager to lay traps for us.”

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