Jammu, Jan 22 (UNI) The Jammu and Kashmir government today tabled the Kundal Commission Report on corruption in the House here, when the opposition disrupted the proceedings of the ongoing Legislative Assembly.
The opposition disturbed the routine sitting of the House as they were demanding presentation of the Kundal Report before the House.
Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, seeing the situation out of control, however, said, ''I table the Report of the Kundal Commission in the House.'' Earlier demanding the tabling of the Kundal Commission Report, the opposition National Conference halted the normal proceedings of the House as soon as Speaker Tara Chand announced the Question Hour.
The government was grilled by the opposition members over ''non-serious'' approach as they alleged that the ministers involved in bunglings are being sheltered by the state government.
Terming the coalition government as a ''failure'', uproar was witnessed in the House. The members of the opposition said that Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, on the floor of the House, had assured that the Kundal Committee Report would be tabled in the house but he had not fulfilled the promise.
''The Chief Minister guaranteed that the report will be tabled before the members of the House but he is not doing so,'' said Mr Ali Mohammad Sagar, senior National Conference leader.
However, the report was later tabled in the House, which, according to the opposition, would be scrutinised by them and once things were transparent, Mr Azad had to sack both the ministers for bunglings in the Forest Department.
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