JKNPP demands dismissal of J&K govt over attack on Army
Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) condemned the attack on an Army convoy in Srinagar on Monday and demanded that the Centre should immediately dismiss the Omar Abdullah-led state government.
"Congress in Delhi should decide whether to prefer National Conference and Omar Abdullah over national interest," JKNPP patron Bhim Singh said in a statement.
"National Conference government has conspired against the visit of the Prime Minister and Sonia Gandhi to the state," he alleged.
Singh, said JKNPP will hold a dharna at Jantar Mantar in Delhi on June 27 demanding President`s Rule in Jammu and Kashmir in the greater national interest.
Eight army personnel were killed and 19 others injured when militants opened fire on an Army convoy in Srinagar today.
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