‘Violence’ in Jammu resonates in J&K Assembly

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Srinagar: BJP members combined a ruckus in a Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Wednesday over a assault in Jammu city, that witnessed purported corruption of a temple.

As shortly as a House assembled, a BJP members took to their feet and demanded a matter from a supervision on the issue.

Representational picture of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly. Getty ImagesRepresentational picture of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly. Getty Images

Representational picture of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly. Getty Images

“It is matter of critical concern…Some anti-social elements have carried out an anti-social act. Situation in Jammu is bad. The supervision should make a statement,” BJP MLA Ravinder Raina said.

National Conference’s Altaf Ahmad Kaloo and Independent MLA Sheikh Abdul Rasheed also assimilated in, perfectionist the government safeguard reserve of Kashmiris in Jammu region.

“Four boys from Pahalgam area have been arrested in Jammu. What is their fault?” Kaloo asked.

The BJP MLAs took corruption to involvement from Rasheed and Kaloo and exchanged exhilarated words.

CPI(M) MLA M Y Tarigami after intervened, observant the entire House should reject a occurrence and interest for maintaining ease and brotherhood. “Let us not order this state along community lines,” he said.

Leader of Opposition Omar Abdullah upheld Tarigami, saying, “It would have been improved if a idea had come from a Treasury Benches.”

“Usually, a Chief Minister comes here (assembly) and intervenes though currently conjunction she nor a Deputy Chief Minister is here when a conditions in Jammu is on a brink,” he said.

Omar pronounced that instead of fighting over a issue, the legislators “should set an instance for a people to follow on ground. What we do here will be evidence for a people in Jammu”.

Earlier, Law Minister Abdul Haq Khan done a matter on the issue.

“As per information perceived by Roopnagar military station, one mentally uneasy person, identified as Yasir of Doda, tried deleterious and defiling a church in Janipur area.

“The indicted was arrested by military though while he was being taken away, a church clergyman and some internal residents tried preventing military from discharging their duties,” a minister said.

“The residents afterwards hold protests outward a police station and resorted to violence, environment several vehicles, including dual military buses, on fire,” a apportion said, adding 3 policemen including a SHO of a military station were harmed in a incident.

Khan pronounced military resorted to use of “mild lathicharge” and rip fume shells to move a conditions underneath control.

The apportion also sensitive a House that Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh were not present in a Assembly as they were in Jammu to personally monitor a situation.