Abolish the Two-flag System in J-K: BJP MP

Published: 07th July 2014 05:56 PM  |   Last Updated: 07th July 2014 05:56 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: A demand to abolish the two-flag system in Jammu and Kashmir was raised in Rajya Sabha today by a BJP member.     

The demand came through a Special Mention from Tarun Vijay who also insisted that the one-flag system was needed to maintain the unity and integrity of the country.     

"I demand that the government should abolish the two-flag system in Jammu and Kashmir and there should be only one-flag system," he said.     

Vijay also demanded establishment of a memorial for Syama Prasad Mookherjee in Srinagar who died there fighting for the cause of the country's unity.     

K P Ramalingam (DMK) demanded setting up of safety measures at the vital installations of oil and natural gas industries.     

Motilal Vora (Cong) asked the government to send a central team of experts to study and advise Chhattisgarh on the problem of drinking water in Rajnandgaon.     

Mansukh Mandaviya (BJP), R lakshmanan (AIADMK) and Satyanarayan Jatiya (BJP) also raised separate issues.

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