No sooner a new session of JK Assembly commenced on Sunday, rackus gripped it over the Jammu twin attack.
The clamour created by one half of coalition government resounded in House for a while. Bharatiya Janata Party leaders continued to raise anti-Pakistan slogans.
Amid this uproar in JK Assembly, Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed was quick to state: “Pakistan must control terrorism if it wants peace and reconciliation.”
In the same breath, Mufti condemned the twin attacks in Jammu by terming them as “conspiracy” to derail the peace process in Jammu and Kashmir.
Pertinently on Friday, gunmen struck by attacking the Rajbagh police station in Kathua district. Six people including two militants, two paramilitary troopers, a policeman and a civilian were killed in an attack.
A day after, another two militants struck at Samba on Army camp. Both militants were killed.
Meanwhile after their adjournment motion condemning twin attacks in Jammu was rejected, National Conference (NC) leaders led by former CM Omar Abdullah staged a walkout from House.