According to a TMC leader, the party was in talks with the Binay Tamang (faction) of the GJM to ensure that it gets along with Gurung's organization, ahead of the 2021 elections.
The BJP, however, dubbed the allegations as "baseless" and said the central government just wants a "permanent solution" to the political crisis.
The Centre did not discuss the issue with us before convening the meeting, said Mamata Banerjee government.
Bharatiya Gorkha Yuva Parisangh (BGYP) said that the Assam Accord clause 6 committee report did not mention anything about the protection of the community in the state.
Sangma has written to Union Home Minister Amit Shah citing the pressing issues being faced by the Gorkha community in North Bengal and seeking a permanent solution to the problem
India saw a lot of resistance in 2017, the public went against the government to make things go their way.
The state had accused its northern neighbour of giving shelter to the GJM supremo who is wanted in several cases including Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act) (UAPA), murder, rioting and arson.
Gurung has been evading arrest since August when cases were lodged against him under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act for his alleged involvement in several bomb blasts in Darjeeling
Tamang blamed party supremo Bimal Gurung for violence in the hills and said the people of the region "will not allow Darjeeling to turn into Kashmir".
The move, the CM Mamata Banerjee hoped, will be welcomed by the people of the Hills though a few may not like it personally.
Ousted Gorkha Janamukti Morcha leader Binay Tamang on Thursday asserted that the fight for Gorkhaland state would continue but appealed for withdrawal of the three-month-old shutdown.
The GJM representatives said the onus to initiate the talks on Gorkhaland lay with the Centre as Mamata has already declared that creation of a separate state is beyond her jurisdiction
Ousted leader Binay Tamang on Sunday challenged GJM chief Bimal Gurung to "come out of hiding" and lead the Gorkhaland movement from the front.
July, August and September are the peak months when most tourists visit the hill station. But since the strike and the total shutdown, the tourism sector has been completely affected.
The police had yesterday issued a lookout notice against the GJM chief for his alleged involvement in various cases, including a bomb blast in Kalimpong police station which killed one volunteer.