Two Kashmiri members of the parliament were expelled from the Rajya Sabha (Upper House) in India.
Baaghi TV reports that Rajya Sabha comprises two Kashmiri members Fayyaz Ahmed Mir and Nazir Ahmed who were ordered to be removed from the House, when Indian Home Minister Amit Shah resolved to abolish Kashmir’s special status.
The two Kashmiri members tore down the draft of the resolutions after which they were expelled from the House on the demand of the government members.
The Indian government introduced a bill to abolish Kashmir’s special status in the Rajya Sabha, on which two Kashmiri members protested in the Indian Parliament. Members of Peoples Democratic Party Nazir Ahmed and Fayyaz Ahmed Mir protested against the government while standing in front of Mahatma Gandhi’s statue and holding placards in their hands, demanding protection of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.
Fayyaz Ahmed Mir said that it would be the central government’s biggest mistake if the identity of the state was changed at it will worsen the situation.
Earlier, the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, proposed a resolution to abolish Kashmir’s special status in the Rajya Sabha, which caused a lot of turmoil in the House.