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Against BJP’s ‘Pakistan Murdabad’, NC’s Akbar Lone shouts ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ in LA

The Speaker had to adjourn the house for 15 minutes when National Conference MLA from Sonawari Mohammad Akbar Lone shouted back on BJP MLA’s with the slogan Pakistan Zindabad after the saffron party member shouted Pakistan Murdabad.
According to TheDispatch, the Speaker assembly was caught in a heated exchange of words with NC MLA from Sonawari Mohammad Akbar Lone over the statement of the Speaker that Rohingya muslims presence in Jammu is responsible for the attack at an army camp ion Sunjwan in the outskirts of Jammu city.
As BJP members raised slogans Pakistan Murdabad, the NC MLA from Sonawari Mohammad Akbar Lone shouted by back Pakistan Zindabad.
Talking to reporters outside the assembly, NC MLA from Sonawari Mohammad Akbar Lone said the speaker despite being the custodian of the house made highly provocative anti-muslim remarks which he should not have made amid Pakistan Murdabad slogans from BJP members and running out of emotions I shouted back Pakistan Zindabad. Intentionally shouted the slogans when they shouted slogans against a muslim country.
Talking to reporters outside the assembly, Sat Sharma said the Rohingya muslims should be deported back to Bangladesh or sent to Pakistan. Why they came leaving seven states of the country to this place. the Central government has in principle already taken a decision on th deportation of Rohingya muslims from several parts of the country and similar decision should be taken here in Jammu and Kashmir also.


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