New Delhi: Amid the ongoing tensions and violence in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, former J&K Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah slammed the state government on Tuesday for the recent burning of schools in the valley.
The former CM hit out at the Mufti government for its inaction and said that there is some propaganda under which the schools are being burnt and the government has been unable to control it.
Abdullah held the current government responsible for the present situation prevailing in the Valley.
Quoting the current J&K CM, Abdullah said that Mufti had claimed that she would be giving the names of the people responsible for the burning of the schools but nothing had been done about it yet.
The J&K High Court has ordered the government to include Village Education Committees to solve the problem of burning of schools in the state.
First Published | 8 November 2016 3:35 PM