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GJM strike would hit vehicle movement to Sikkim: Transporters

PTI  Gangtok, May 10, 2010
First Published: 13:42 IST(10/5/2010) | Last Updated: 13:45 IST(10/5/2010)

The two-day strike called by the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) on May 15 and 16 in the Darjeeling Hills would hit vehicle movement to Sikkim as a portion of NH-31A, the lifeline of Sikkim is in the Darjeeling district, transport operators in Gangtok said today.

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Movement of vehicle to Sikkim would be hit during the strike as the GJM has not yet declared that it would exempt Sikkim bound vehicles plying on the NH 31A out of the purview of the two-day strike, the operators said.

Many transporters here said that they would not ply their vehicles on the NH 31A during the two-day strike called by the GJM.

The GJM has called for a two-day strike in the Darjeeling Hills on May 15 and 16 demanding inclusion of the Doars and Siliguri in the proposed Hill Council.


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