Opposition PDP, BJP and National Panthers Party (NPP) Thursday staged walkouts from the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly over different issues like discrimination in allotment of development funds to constituencies, rejection of resolution on rehabilitation of refugees from West Pakistan and rising inflation.
An MLA of Opposition National Panthers Party was on Monday marshalled out from the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly after he disrupted the proceedings of the House over the issue of ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops.
Jammu and Kashmir Assembly was caught in a pandemonium as all Opposition parties stalled proceedings on Tuesday on various issues including cases against youth in Lolab, Kashmiri students` expulsion and Jat reservation.
Opposition PDP members on Tuesday created uproar in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly protesting alleged neglect of their constituencies in allotment of funds in health sector, leading to a brief adjournment of the House.
Opposition parties Monday hit out at J&K govt in the state Assembly for its failure to empower Panchayats under a central amendment and discriminating Jammu region in providing model villages and staged a walkout.
Pandemonium broke out in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly following Opposition protests over Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde` statement that the body of Afzal Guru will not be returned to his family.