Demanding action against Pakistan for the Pampore attacks, BJP MLAs today raised anti-Pakistan slogans in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly. The Assembly saw noisy scenes with the BJP MLAs raised
The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly today witnessed noisy scenes after BJP MLAs shouted anti-Pakistan slogans demanding action against the neighbouring country in retaliation for the attack on a CRPF convoy in the Valley that left eight personnel dead and 21 injured.
The BJP legislators started shouting anti-Pakistan slogans as soon as the House assembled for the day and demanded “bombing” of militant camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. BJP MLAs raised slogans like ‘Pakistan Murdabad’ while demanding strict action against the neighbouring country.
They also demanded that the House pass a resolution to condemn Pakistan for the attack in Pampore, the deadliest on security forces in recent years.
BJP leader, Ravinder Raina said for the first time anti-Pakistan slogans have been raised in J-K Assembly.
“This is very unfortunate. Pakistani militants are continuously attacking our Jawans. Our jawans are getting sacrificed. Air strikes in terrorists camps in PoK should be made so that this does not happen again. The nation will not accept further sacrifices. The assembly has condemned the attacks on jawans,” he said.
He also added that Indian military and Air force should be allowed to enter the areas where militants are hiding.
In the wake of recent spurt in militancy-related violence, including in Pampore, Jammu and Kashmir government today said it is reviewing the entire security scenario in the state to respond to such attacks in the future.
“The state government is reviewing the entire security scenario to respond to the attacks like the two-three which happened recently, which is their (militants’) new strategy.
(With inputs from Agencies)