Omar proposes all party meet
Jammu, Jan 23: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Wednesday proposed an all-party meeting to discuss the recommendations of Justice Verma Committee and ensure its implementation in the state.
Welcoming the recommendations made by the Committee, in its report submitted to the Union government, the Chief Minister was of the opinion that the tough part was now to implement the suggestions. “Very impressed with the Justice Verma committee report recommendations. Now for the tough part – implementation”, he wrote on micro-blogging website twitter.
“Glad to see he has recommended amending AFSPA to ensure sexual crimes are punished without special sanction. Hope this is implemented”, the CM wrote adding, “Parliament will do what it has to but I promise the people of J&K that we will look at the Verma committee report with all seriousness”.
“I will propose an all party meeting to discuss the recommendations so that as many as possible are implemented at the earliest in JK”, he wrote in another tweet.
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