Bengal CID desperately tries to track GJM chief Gurung to stop unrest in Darjeeling
Source :NewsBharati   Date :10-Sep-2017

Siliguri, September 10: The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha chief Bimal Gurung is in hiding since the month of June. West Bengal Police firmly believes he has taken shelter in neighboring state Sikkim. Hence it initiated a search in Sikkim resulting in a conflict with Sikkim police. Hence Bengal Criminal Investigation Department‘s (CID) Special Super Ajay Prasad sent a letter to South Sikkim Police Superintendent with detailed information of Gurung and his companions for arresting them.

Previously a search by West Bengal Police gave birth to a bitter spat with Sikkim government. Sikkim Police claimed Bengal did not inform them about their special search and harmed the peace of the state. Hence to avoid any misunderstanding, this time CID sent letters with detailed information.

"There are reasons to believe that Bimal Gurung is operating out of an undisclosed location in South Sikkim. He has been speaking to a few people, including a section of the media, to send across his message," a senior CID officer told local media. "In an age of electronic surveillance, it is not so difficult to track someone. We have simply asked for their (Sikkim police) help in executing a court order."

As Darjeeling and the surrounding hill areas are still not got back normalcy, Bengal is determined to arrest Gurung. From hide, Gurung is spreading different messages which are coming to the way of a Darjeeling’s peace. A Darjeeling court had on Wednesday issued arrest warrants against Gurung and seven other Morcha leaders.