Mamta Banerjee urges North Bengal leaders to draft ‘Permanent Political solution’ in order to conduct polls.


On the 26th of October, West Bengal’s Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee, urged the leaders of northern parts of her state to draft a plan for ‘Permanent Political solution (PPS)’ and said that panchayat and Gorkha Territorial Administration (GTA) elections can be held only after the final PPS is brought out

North Bengal has witnessed a socio-political turbulence known as the Gorkhaland movement. As a matter of fact, a segregate state called ‘Gorkhaland’ has been a long-standing demand of Nepali-speaking Gorkhas since 1907 over claims that they are culturally and ethnically

Howthat law and order is a matter of the state, adding that West Bengal’s borders with Bangladesh are “completely peaceful”.

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