The main opposition National Conference has described it as an “infringement” on the state’s “special status and autonomy”, and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has criticised the Supreme Court for going beyond its purview to uphold NEET in J&K.
“The attacks on policemen in Srinagar is a worrying development. Condolences to the families of those who’ve died (sic),” Omar tweeted.
He added that during his tenure as CM, a plea was filed challenging the Centre’s order.
Giving details of subsequent RSB meetings, Akhtar said then CM Omar Abdullah had himself participated in these meetings, barring the 76th RSB in 2014.
On Monday, Mehbooba attacked Omar for his remarks on the Sainik Colony controversy.
Sadiq Khan, son of a Pakistani bus driver, was today declared the new mayor of London after defeating his nearest rival in what is being described as a landslide.
Former chief minister Omar Abdullah says wrong precedent set by making these happenings at NIT a massive story, and having central forces and special teams from HRD ministry brought in.
Mehbooba Mufti, 56, will take office as the first woman chief minister of the state tomorrow.
Mehbooba Mufti will take oath on Monday as the first woman chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir along with a group of PDP and BJP ministers.
He also called for setting up a ‘Truth and Reconciliation’ commission by India and Pakistan to bring closure to the sufferings of the people of Jammu & Kashmir.
Omar said for over two months, the state has witnessed a roller-coaster performance of political posturing from PDP underlined by a display of indecisive leadership.
Abdullah’s statements come in the wake of Maharashtra Assembly suspending a legislator for not chanting the slogan.
“I know what I feel for my nation, I don’t need to prove it to anyone by raising slogans,” Abdullah said, while at Guru Nanak National College, Doraha.
Former CM Omar Abdullah sought Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje’s intervention after four Kashmiri students of Mewar University were arrested.
Omar questioned the Union Home Ministry’s motive in reportedly compiling data about students from Jammu and Kashmir in other states.