Opp disrupts JK Assembly proceedings over civilian killing

I was blamed for creating one but they've created many Burhan Wanis Omar Abdullah

I was blamed for creating one but they've created many Burhan Wanis Omar Abdullah

Expressing concern over spurt in militancy in Jammu and Kashmir, former chief minister and opposition National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said the worrisome fact is that educated youth are increasingly resorting to militancy. "If CM would have issued a statement by herself in house over the killing, we would have accepted that the government is serious but it has shown us that it is not".

Abdullah said that the Governor's statement was an "indictment" against the PDP-BJP collation government, proving its failure on all fronts, reported IANS. He works like a super chief minister, as we hear, by meeting delegations to look into problems with regard to power, water, non-availability of doctors at hospital, unemployment.

"Opposition entered the well of the House where they again raised slogans " Stop Innocent Killing", Qatil sarkar HiHi" "RSS sarkar HIHI" "Nagpur Sarkar HiHi" and Stop Human rights Violation in Kashmir.

One of the opposition members went to the Well of the House, tore a paper and threw the bits up in the air towards the Well of the House. Mehbooba as chairperson of the Unified Command, consisting of the Army, para-military forces and intelligence agencies, has failed to take effective steps to stop killing of innocent people. A youth was killed yesterday in Kulgam.

Accusing the government of killing civilians, while referring to yesterday's killing of 22-year-old in south Kashmir's Khudwani, Omar said that the slain had no gun. He had bullet on his throat. "I appeal the Kashmiri PhD scholar also to leave violence and return to normal life, his friends in Aligarh have also written to him, the loss is ours", she said.

While addressing the state assembly here, Mufti asked, "If we don't believe in the constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, if we don't believe in the country's constitution, then what do we believe in?"

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