It is 25 years since India's famous tea-growing region of Darjeeling became a battleground as separatists campaigned for Gorkhaland. Two sisters tell us how their family suffered.
It is 25 years since the end of a campaign which brought unrest to the famous tea-growing region of Darjeeling in northern India. During the early 1980s, Nepali-speaking separatists were agitating for autonomy - for what they called Gorkhaland, but in August 1988 a deal was done to end the violence. Claire Bowes has been speaking to two sisters whose family was devastated during the conflict
- Fri 2 Aug 2013 07:50GMT