CPRM Youth Wing voices Gorkhaland on Parliament Rally many injured in a clash with police near Parliament
MUKESH SHARMA, August 9: ‘The demand of the separate Gorkhaland is a matter of life and death for the Gorkhas and if everybody supports, the community shall get freedom” said Community Party of Revolutionary Marxists (CPRM) Youth Incharge Comrade Shekhar Chettri today in a programme organized by ISA and RYA against corruption at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.
Chettri appealed the fellow citizens to assist the minority for the cause of Gorkhaland for which they are staging Dharna time and again in New Delhi. Addressing the mammoth gathering of the youths and students Chettri stressing on corruption said that it has been set its foot firm from the top to the bottom level which has affected the process of Nation building. The leaders on the other hand have been busy roasting their vested bread in the life of the poor and the gap between the rich and the poor has been widening day by day added Chettri.
AICCTU General Secretary Sapan Mukherjee on his part said that the corruption cannot be ousted only by a mere agitation but a strong and alternative revolution in the need of the hour. The All India Student Association National Secretary Ravi Roy challenged the Government that this time they shall blow away the police barricade installed near the Parliament which will be a ignition for the upcoming strong agitation.
The CPILM (Liberation) General Secretary DIpanker Bhattacharya, ISA leader Abudhya, Suchita Dey, RYA National President Mohammad Salem also addressed the day.
More than 10, 000 revolting youths and student took out big rally from Jantar Mantar to mash the police barricade near Parliament. The separate State of Gorkhaland was also voiced during the rally. The police lathi-charged the rally where Student leader Avishek Yadav has been seriously hit in his head and several others injured.
Many agitators were also arrested by the police but later they were compelled to release them when the agitator kept on pressurizing the police.
Courtesy: Kalimpong News Express