"Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said we have a link with north-east based terrorists group, which is totally wrong".
There was a deep-rooted conspiracy in the Hills she said vowing, "I will never let Darjeeling get split from Bengal till I am alive".
The GJM claimed that two of their supporters were shot dead by police in Singmari.
He also said two others - Dile Subba and Lakpa Sherpa were critically wounded among the 13 others injured. As the violence escalated sharply on Saturday, police said one man died and 35 policemen were hurt as protesters torched cars and set upon security forces with knives, who responded with tear gas and baton charges.
On GJM supporters setting fire to several government offices and damaging water supply lines, the chief minister expressed concern over keeping up the supply of provisions to the hills.
Clashes inDarjeeling between police and GJM protesters turned violent a day before as GJM protesters hurled petrol bombs, stones and bottles at the police. "We can not tolerate this hooliganism", said Additional Director General (Law & Order) Anuj Sharma.
Protests at the hill station broke out after the son of a lawmaker was arrested and a senior Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) leader's house was allegedly vandalised Friday night. Banerjee also urged them to lift the indefinite strike called in Darjeeling and directed West Bengal Home Secretary Moloy De to hold an all-party meeting on June 22 in Siliguri, The Times of India reported.
Almost 50 people, mostly police, have been injured in riots and arson attacks that have gripped the usually bustling area for more than a week and caused thousands of mostly Indian tourists to pack their bags and flee.
The GJM has announced an indefinite general strike from Monday against the government's purported move to make study of Bengali language compulsory in state-run schools and to press for a separate state of Gorkhaland.
"We think the police and security personnel should be immediately removed from Darjeeling to create conducive environment for talks".
Mamata today referred to the possible involvement of insurgent groups from the Northeast and some foreign countries behind the trouble in Darjeeling.
The Army has also been called in.
Police declined the permission to hold such a rally.
The report also said that protesters attacked Kirang Tamang, a central paramilitary force assistant commandant and slit his throat.
During his conversation with the chief minister, Singh discussed the situation prevailing in the hills.
On BJP's stand regarding formation of smaller states, Shah said, "It is true that we are in favour of small states".
"I want peace to be restored in the hills", Banerjee said adding that Tourism Minister Goutam Deb and PWD Minister Arup Biswas will take full care of the hills.