Omar leaves ‘annoyed’, workers resort to stone pelting

KL Report

BIJBEHARA

Situation in south Kashmir’s Auder village turned hostile when the chief minister Omar Abdullah, left his party workers without having a word with them.

Ruling National Conference workers Saturday, protested by pelting stones and smashing the furniture during a public meeting near Bijbehara, Islamabad after the ‘annoyed’ Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, who is also the working president president of the party, left the venue without delivering his lecture due to some fault in the sound system.

The Chief Minister reached the venue at village Auder, in the outskirts of Bijbehara, and the local leader Bashir Veeri delivered a long lecture before he left the mike for another local NC leader.

 Chief Minister had to wait for a long until the local leaders finished their lectures to a not so impressive gathering.

Before the chief minister would start speaking to his party workers the sound system developed some fault.

The chief minister waited for few minutes for the sound system to start before leaving the venue without delivering a single word to his party workers.

On seeing chief minister leaving, the gathering started shouting slogans, smashing the furniture and later pelting stones resulting in chaos and tension in the area.

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