Garo National Council
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Garo National Council, a political party in Meghalaya in north-eastern India. The party fights for the creation of a Garo state, to be carved out of three districts of Meghalaya, West Garo Hills, East Garo Hills and South Garo Hills. The Garoland demand of GNC is different from that of the separatist guerrilla Achik National Volunteer Council. ANVC also demands that parts of Assam and Bangladesh ought to be part of Garoland.
GNC won one seat in Garo Hills Autonomous District Council elections in 2002.
In the state assembly elections in Meghalaya 2003 GNC had put up seven candidates, whom together received 8483 votes.
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