GJM

AcronymDefinition
GJMGorkha Janamukti Morcha (India; separatist political party)
GJMGlobal Justice Movement
GJMGreat Jazz Masters (Japan)
GJMGolden Jubilee Medal
GJMGay Japanese Male
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The former GJM president was absconding out of public sight since June.
The GJM had on Tuesday announced the withdrawal of its indefinite shutdown in the northern West Bengal hills and said the situation would return to normal from 6am on Wednesday.
Internet services remained suspended for the second day on Monday to stop the GJM activists from using the social media to spread provocative posts, police sources said.
Since the indefinite bandh was launched by the GJM on 3 August, local markets and ration shops have been experiencing shortage of food items in the town and nearby areas.
The separate state issue must not be a closed chapter," P Arjun, a member of the GJM think tank 16-member Study Forum, said.
Beginning in 2001 in Porto Alegre Brazil, these annual meetings of activists and organizations represent a unique democratic innovation, della Porta argues, because they are open, public spaces where the organizations and individual activists of the GJM meet to strategize and develop common values and identities.
GJM Assistant General Secretary Binoy Tamang said, "All members of the 16 community welfare boards had publicly declared resignation from their respective boards in support of Gorkhaland.
Meanwhile, condemning the police crackdown, GJM leader Binay Tamang said bows and arrows are used in traditional tribal archery.
GJM chief Bimal Gurung warned the students and tourists, on Wednesday, to leave the hill station before the strike is launched.
State municipal affairs minister Ashok Bhattacharya said in Kolkata that GJM supporters had carried out the attack on Tamang.