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CM fumes over tribal affairs order
3/9/2018 11:38:28 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Mar 9: The Chief Minister has reportedly asked for action against the officers who had made the minutes of the meeting of the tribal affairs department public as it has resulted in another round of tension in the Jammu region.
The sources said the CM was furious in the manner the minutes were recorded which not only generated controversy but were even technically and legally completely wrong.
"How can any CM ask any DC or IGP not to provide any police force for eviction drive. It can be assumed that the order says CM has divested the powers of IGP and DC for police deployment. It means that there is no use of the post of these officials a department is competent to make a decision in this regard," said the senior official.
The sources said that the CM has also sought and explanation from the tribal affairs minister for either ignoring the minutes of the meeting or deliberately planting them.
"The CM is furious with the tribal affairs minister, who incidentally was the first person to inflame Asifa case, and has sought an explanation from him more so when he had the audacious to tell the media that there is nothing wrong in them," said the sources.
The sources said the CM has been told by close aides that the issue has been generated by the two ministers to keep their chair intact and also for the reasons that their wrong deeds remain away from the public gaze.
"One wants to be a supreme leader of a particular community to pocket their votes and the other one sidelined in his own party but vocal on Kathua episode has many other interests to save so both played games and in the process the CM was put on a sticky wicket and this has infuriated her extremely," said the sources
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