"Whatever We'll Get, It'll Be From India": Mehbooba Mufti In J&K Assembly

Omar Abdullah. File

Omar Abdullah. File

The Opposition National Conference and Congress chose to boycott Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti's speech in the Legislative Assembly on the Governor's address, accusing her of failing to make a statement on the issue of civilian killings raised by them in the House. The decision to boycott Mufti's reply followed former CM and NC member Omar Abdullah's statement that he will not attend the CM's address to protest against her failure to make a statement in the House over the killing of a civilian in Kulgam. Soon the Congress legislators including MLA Shangus Gulzar Wani and MLA Devsar Mohammad Amin Bhat also joined them to demand action against the "culprits who killed the civilian".

She said that utmost care has to be taken so that Kashmir issue is not highlighted as a religious one more particularly because the religious diversity is the strength of the people of the state. You (the Jammu and Kashmir Government) told me I was responsible for giving birth to Burhan Wani.

"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.

MLA Pahalgam Altaf Kaloo shouted on Nayeem Akhter alleged that "you are the person who destroys government."Ignored by the speaker the opposition Congress and National Conference (NC) members walked out of the House".

Home Minister Rajnath Singh had also made it clear that he would talk to everyone, she said.

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"We have to keep the humanity angle in mind while seeking a solution to Jammu and Kashmir and we have to play a bigger role".

Later the opposition staged a walkout as government denied a discussion on the civilian killings in the Valley.

Rasheed's statement on NC drew a thumping of desks by the treasury benches who hailed him for accusing exposing the NC party whose members weren't present in the house.

Many opposition members trooped into the Well of the House demanding a statement from the government over the killing of a youth in south Kashmir yesterday.

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday claimed that the Centre's special representative to the state, Dineshwar Sharma, was acting as a "super chief minister", PTI reported.

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