Srinagar: Entire opposition staged a walkout after government assurances on power supply restoration failed to appease the opposition members in the ongoing winter session of J&K Legislature in Jammu on Saturday.
Legislators from both the opposition and as well as treasury benches in the State Assembly here on Wednesday called upon the government to throw open Chennani-Nashri Tunnel for diversion of traffic on Srinagar Jammu National Highway
Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly witnessed noisy scenes on Monday as the opposition members stormed the Well of the House accusing the PDP-BJP government of adopting double standard on the issue of compensation.
Ruling PDP MLAs Thursday left the government in a tight-spot as they supported National Conference (NC) in slamming Finance Minister, Haseeb Drabu, for his failure to fulfil the earlier budget promises, reports said.
Slamming the PDP-BJP government on budget, mainstream opposition National Conference today said the content of the budget presented by the Government is copied from the ‘Internet’ and already submitted in its proposals by other states.
Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Tuesday said Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s stand that the 2016 agitation was “pre-planned” was not only an obfuscation of responsibility but also an attempt to distort the ground reality in Kashmir.
Blaming Opposition National Conference for worsening the political situation in Jammu and Kashmir, Peoples Democratic Party young legislator from Wachi Aijaz Mir said that NC was responsible for oppressing Jamaat-e-Islami in 1979 and poll rigging in
Taking a dig on opposition National Conference leader and former Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Monday said that no CM of the State is made aware of the encounters wherever they take place.
The Assembly session has unfolded along predictable lines, almost appearing a replication of 2010 Assembly session. The opposition comprising National Conference, Congress, CPI (M) and other Kashmir-based Independent legislators held protests
The Justice (retd) M. L. Koul Commission appointed by the Omar Abdullah led previous Government to probe into the killings of 2010 in Kashmir which submitted its 320 page report to the incumbent Chief Minister
The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Tuesday witnessed noisy scenes, sloganeering and verbal duels between opposition, which demanded suspension of business to discuss the Kashmir situation, and BJP that sought action against rival parties.
National Conference Members of Legislative Council Showkat Hussain Ganai Tuesday walked out of the Legislative Council after throwing papers towards the well.Ganai was speaking on Kashmir issue when Chairman did not allow him to continue his spee