The Supreme Court of India accepted a plea filed regarding the imposition of Governor’s rule in Jammu & Kashmir. The unrest tends to continue and remain volatile similar to the situation afew days back amid killing of Burhan Wani. The intervening led seeking its direction towards state Governor so as to take control over the administration.
The intervening led seeking its direction towards state Governor so as to take control over the administration. The pleasubjects the court to pass the order in the interest of security as well as the safety of citizens of the State. As of now, it will hear the matter next week sidelining it for the time being.
It is not the first time that plea has been filed in the apex court for imposing Governor rule in J&K constitution. Earlier several parties such as Shiv Sena, NPP, JKNPP, etc. have tried their hands on to imply governor’s rule under its provisions. The unrest in the State erupted soon after the killing of Terrorist Commander Burhan Wani on July 8, 2016, in Anantnag District taking the death toll to near about 80, and still counting.
The continuing unrest has bound SC to hear the plea filed on July 22, 2016. In agreement with major parties in the State, the imposition of Governor’s rule may help in settling law and order all over again. A few of the places in the Valley have witnessed curfew apprehending many people gathered to offer prayers on Friday. Law and order at its feet, the valley, has been under serious victimisation since many days.
Out of 10 districts, the administration has successfully held control over 4 areas such asBaramulla, Bandipora, Budgam and Ganderbal on July 21, 2016, thus easing the situation so as to reopen schools under proper management. Parents, on the other hand, are choosing to not to send children to School due to security apprehensions as well as violent breaching at any moment.
Violence continuing on its 14th day, a situation in Jammu &Kashmir remains perturbed due to curfew along with separatist-led strike thus suspending mobile telephony and internet services.