J&K Assembly: Omar Abdullah slams CM Mehbooba over civilian killing walks out
SRINAGAR, JAN 10: Former chief minister Omar Abdullah criticized the Chief Minister Mehbooba for recent civilian killing and for not being present in the house on Wednesday.
Omar slammed the ruling government for being responsible for the innocent killings in Kashmir. After the ruckus in assembly, Abdul Rehman Veeri minister for parliamentary affairs gave a statement on behalf of the government and said “we too are saddened over the innocent killing, and adding that government ordered magisterial inquiry, whosoever will found guilty will be punished”.
“I’m not satisfied with it, we do not accept this. It would be good if Chief Minister comes and give this statement herself,” Omar said
“We get only get to know from newspapers that CM is saddened by killing over Kashmir,” he added.
Later Omer led the second walkout by his opposition members. He said Chief Minister is head of the unified Command and also home minister why she isn’t present in the house, “if she would have given this statement herself we would have accepted that the Chief Minister is serious over the Civilian killing,” Omar said. (PTK)