Omar demands Guv rule in J&K

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 5/8/2018 12:52:10 PM

NEET Incident in Jammu condemned

KARGIL, May 7: National Conference working president and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday batted for Governor rule in J&K while stating that Mehbooba Mufti-led PDP-BJP coalition government had failed to deliver the promises made with the people and the current situation in state was worsening day by day.
Omar was talking to media persons after addressing a public rally here in Kargil.
NC working president, while referring to a recent incident wherein allegedly examinees objected to ‘Hijab’ of Muslim girl students from Kargil and ‘Kirpan’ and ‘Kada’ worn by Sikh students during conduct of NEET at Jammu, stated that the present coalition government was trying to communalize the whole state for gaining power in the coming elections. He also condemned the incident.
Commenting upon increase in militancy incidents in the valley, Omar held government led by Mehbooba responsible for it. “The coalition between PDP and BJP is the reason for growing tension, not only in the valley, but in the whole state,” he said.
Omar asked the people of Kargil to give National Conference a clear mandate in the coming LAHDC elections, so that the party could fulfill the long pending demands of the people as it did during his tenure as the Chief Minister.
He also criticized Indian National Congress for it dual policies and agenda, under which on one hand the party opposed the PDP-BJP government at the state level while on the other hand, the party was working in coalition with PDP and BJP in LAHDC Kargil.
Meanwhile, Imam Khomeini Memorial Trust Kargil also took a rally after prayers from Jamia Masjid Kargil protesting against the NEET incident in Jammu and demanded for re-examination and stringent action against the guilty officials.



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