Expressing hope that peace prevails
in Jammu and Kashmir this summer, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said the economy of the Valley is largely dependent on tourism and it requires peaceful atmosphere to flourish.
J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday stressed on the need for `normal
policing` to tackle the kind of public unrest witnessed in the
Valley recently, acknowledging this year was a difficult one
for the police personnel.
The Jammu and Kashmir government
today said it had ordered magisterial inquiries into 13 cases
of alleged violation of human rights in the state in the past
20 months and taken action as per law in most cases.
A delegation of Gurduwara
Prabandhak Committee here on Saturday called on Jammu and Kashmir
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and discussed the issue of
anonymous letters asking Sikhs to embrace Islam or leave the
J-K Governor N N Vohra on Thursday rejected the resignation of CM Omar
Abdullah over allegations by opposition PDP linking him to the
2006 sex scandal saying there was no basis in the charges ending a three-day high-voltage political drama.