The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly was on Wednesday rocked by Opposition protests over the killing of a civilian in south Kashmir.
As the House assembled, members of National Conference (NC), Congress and CPI(M) stood up from their seats and raised slogans against civilian killings in the state.
According to reports, the civilian was killed during protests in south Kashmir's Kudwani region yesterday.
The united opposition sought a statement in this regard from the state government. They walked into well of the House and raised banners of Stop Civilian Killing.
The opposition parties also disrupted the assembly proceedings and later staged a walkout.
Omar Abdullah and other National Conference MLAs stage walkout from J&K assembly demanding CM Mufti's statement over deaths of civilians allegedly during protests pic.twitter.com/3mXldR8qum— ANI (@ANI) January 10, 2018