Jammu & Kashmir is going through a state of turmoil post the violence strike following Burhan Wani’s death. The Chief Minister of J & K Mehbooba Mufti has all this while been stressing on the need for corrective measures to be taken.
The situation has been grim for the Valley with the curfew and tension being on for 58 days now.Mehbooba had also met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in the J&K and discussed the matter with him.
The condition had been getting more trubulent with stone pelting incidents coming in focus by students in various districts.
While the Centre is intervening and showing full support to bring out the normalcy back in the state, Mufti has specially been focusing on students’ involvement in the protests. She has been requesting students to focus on studeies rather than protests.
Mufti added that she has been disappointed to see students getting involved in such ruckus. ‘If they (students) throw stones in protest rallies, we will have no doctors, engineers and teachers in future’, a concerned Mehbooba Mufti had added.
Putting a rest to all allegations of political motives behind these statements, Mehbooba said, ‘I fight against violence faced by kids. I don’t work keeping polls in mind, I don’t bother about that.’