Darjeeling(WB)(Agencies): Life was hit for the third day in Darjeeling Hills on Friday in response to indefinite bandh called by the GJM to protest police firing at Sipchu in Jalpaiguri district which left two people dead.
Shops, business establishments and markets were closed while vehicles were off the roads.Attendance was also thin in government offices.

All the tea gardens in the Hills were closed in response to the bandh.
The GJM has exempted the Census work and students appearing for examinations from the purview of the indefinite bandh which it called after two people were killed in police firing at Sipchu on Tuesday.
Official sources said the situation in the Hills was now under control and no major untoward incident has been reported from anywhere since Wednesday.

The BSF had held flag marches in Darjeeling town and Kalimpong sub-division on Thursday ,They said .