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All HR violation cases will be probed: Azad

Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad claims that all HR violation cases since 1990 will be probed, reports Faisul Yaseen.

india Updated: Feb 09, 2007 17:51 IST

Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Friday claimed in the state assembly that all HR violation cases since 1990 will be probed. He was replying to the Former Works Minister Ali Mohammad Sagar who demanded that all cases so far of human rights violations since the outbreak of insurgency in the state in the early nineties be probed.

Insurgent-turned-counterinsurgent-turned-politician Usman Majeed on Friday said Gandhigiri doesn't work. The people who today talk of Gandhigiri don't know how we (counter insurgents referred in derogatory terms as renegades) have brought peace in the state.

"The people putting on suits and wearing neck ties and indulging in oratory speeches here in the assembly have not brought peace in the state. It is we (counter-insurgents) who brought peace fighting the insurgents," Majeed told reporters in the assembly lawn while he was protesting against the killing of an Awami League activist on Thursday in Jammu and Kashmir.

Majeed protested for about 15 minutes inside the state assembly over the killing of the activist as soon as the proceedings of the day began.

Rohullah on phone in assembly National Conference MLA Agha Rohullah was seen talking on his cellphone inside the assembly while NC legislators created uproar over the confusing figure put by the government and the State Human Rights Commission over the human rights violations in the state during 2005-06.

Rohullah has been news many time mostly on allegations of submitting the fake birth certificates before contesting 2002 elections. According to Rohullah's birth certificate of the Tyndale Biscoe School where he studied, he was not 18-years-old when he contested the assembly elections.

Former Works Minister and opposition National Conference senior leader Ali Mohammad Sagar on Friday blamed the coalition ally Peoples Democratic Party of indulging in political drama with their demand of withdrawing security for themselves challenging the CM to talk to New Delhi on the issue of demilitirisation of the state.

"I can bet that the power hungry PDP won't withdraw its support from the government," Sagar said even if that the CM would not take up the matter of demilitirisation with New Delhi.

Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Friday claimed in the state assembly that all HR violation cases since 1990 will be probed. He was replying to the Former Works Minister Ali Mohammad Sagar who demanded that all cases so far of human rights violations since the outbreak of insurgency in the state in the early nineties be probed.

Insurgent-turned-counterinsurgent-turned-politician Usman Majeed on Friday said Gandhigiri doesn't work. The people who today talk of Gandhigiri don't know how we (counter insurgents referred in derogatory terms as renegades) have brought peace in the state.

"The people putting on suits and wearing neck ties and indulging in oratory speeches here in the assembly have not brought peace in the state. It is we (counter-insurgents) who brought peace fighting the insurgents," Majeed told reporters in the assembly lawn while he was protesting against the killing of an Awami League activist on Thursday in Jammu and Kashmir.

Majeed protested for about 15 minutes inside the state assembly over the killing of the activist as soon as the proceedings of the day began.

Rohullah on phone in assembly National Conference MLA Agha Rohullah was seen talking on his cellphone inside the assembly while NC legislators created uproar over the confusing figure put by the government and the State Human Rights Commission over the human rights violations in the state during 2005-06.

Rohullah has been news many time mostly on allegations of submitting the fake birth certificates before contesting 2002 elections. According to Rohullah's birth certificate of the Tyndale Biscoe School where he studied, he was not 18-years-old when he contested the assembly elections.

Former Works Minister and opposition National Conference senior leader Ali Mohammad Sagar on Friday blamed the coalition ally Peoples Democratic Party of indulging in political drama with their demand of withdrawing security for themselves challenging the CM to talk to New Delhi on the issue of demilitirisation of the state.

"I can bet that the power hungry PDP won't withdraw its support from the government," Sagar said even if that the CM would not take up the matter of demilitirisation with New Delhi.

E-mail Faisul Yaseen: faisulyaseen@gmail.com