Mehbooba Mufti defends Stone Pelters in Kashmir
Today Mehbooba Mufti also said she ready to go to hell hundred times for J & K
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has lobbied to open the roads going to POK for peace in the principality. During a discussion in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Friday, Mehbooba said that if the state has to maintain peace and tranquility, then the former Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Sahab will have to take a vision.
Solutions in the Vision of Mufti Saheb
Mehbooba said in the Assembly that if J & K has any solution, then it is a vision of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Sahab. He believed that all the paths here should be opened, people should be allowed to go, because we say that Kashmir is also a part of our state.
The Chief Minister said that what is difficult in this Let’s talk about this Kashmiri and Kashmiri people, talk together. Talk about a tourism Talk about disaster management. When the earthquake came, if we had our family at that time then perhaps we could have saved many lives. Significantly, there was a terrible earthquake on October 8, 2005. Thousands of people on both sides were killed in it.
Omar raised issue of death of three civilians
Earlier, in the assembly, leader of the Opposition Omar Abdullah demanded to set up a high level SIT to investigate the incident of the killing of three people in the firing of security forces in Shopian district. Omar said that now a dispute has begun with the two FIRs registered by the police, so it is difficult to investigate it by the police station.
Army told the reason for firing
Officials today said that the Army has given their statement to the Jammu and Kashmir Police about this incident on January 27. He has also told his reason for firing on the pelting crowd. Significantly, this incident happened at the time when an army convoy was attacked in Shopian district. According to the party handed out yesterday by the army, a group of rock bandages attacked on the convoy of the security force, whose answer was that the soldiers of Maank fired in order to save themselves.
Omar said that security conditions are getting worse in the state. He strongly advocated compensation to Farooq Ahmed Dar, who was tied to the bonnet of a Gypsy of the Army Army. Omar wondered that the Army officer who tied him (Dar) got the award, but this young man who voted in the election is not entitled to what compensation.
The former Chief Minister told Mehbooba that he should advise his counterparts sitting in New Delhi not to take decisions for the state from there and consult with the state leadership.