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The NC MLA’s slogans came amid BJP MLAs sloganeering against Pakistan to protest the ongoing terror attack on the Sunjuwan Army camp.

Triggering a chaotic situation in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly, National Conference (NC) MLA from Sonowari, Akbar Lone raised pro-Pakistan slogans in the house on Saturday.

However, clarifying that he was provoked to raise such slogans after BJP MlAs in the house started raising ant-Pakistan slogans, Lone said, “Yes, I said it. It is my personal view, I said it in the house and I don’t think anyone should have a problem with it.”

The NC MLA’s slogans came amid BJP MLAs in the J&K assembly sloganeering against Pakistan to protest the ongoing terror attack on the Sunjuwan Army camp in Jammu. Six Indian army soldier and a civilian has been killed till now as security forces continue efforts to flush out holed up Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists near the residential quarters inside the army camp.

However, condemning Lone’s comment, National Conference president Junaid Azim Mattu quoted party president Farooq Abdullah saying  that Lone’s action in the assembly are “unacceptable” and the party “disowns and condemns his remark”.

“Just spoke to @JKNC_ President Dr. Farooq Abdullah Sahib. Dr. Sahib and the entire party is of the unequivocal stand that NC MLA from Sonawari Mr. Akbar Lone has spoken out of turn and his slogans in the Legislative Assembly are completely unacceptable to the party,” tweeted Mattu.

Further endorsing the party’s stand on the issue, senior leader Omar Abdullah said, replying to Mattu’s tweet, “Totally endorse my Party President’s views outlined in these two tweets. The party will say nothing more on this issue.”

Meanwhile, NC president Farooq Abdullah warned Pakistan to stop backing terror outfits or it would suffer serious consequences.

“No day passes by without such incidents and terrorists are all coming from Pakistan. If Pak wants good relations with India they need to stop terrorism or it will have bad consequences. Sadly, I have to say if it continues India won’t stop itself from waging war,” said Abdullah.

With the ongoing military operation in Sunjuwan in Jammu, BJP leader and speaker of the assembly, Kavinder Gupta on Saturday said that the increasing number of Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants in the region might have played a key role in the latest militant attack.

“I live in that constituency, complaints have come from there and in a way government also accepts that number of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis is increasing and that they are a security threat,” said Gupta.

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