KARGIL, SEP 13: Reacting to Ladakh Buddhist Association’s (LBA) ultimatum in connection with missing Buddhist girl, president Anjuman Jamiat-e- Ulema, Islamia School Kargil (ISK), Shiekh Nazirul Mehdi Mohammadi today wrote a letter to the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti seeking her intervention.
He also demanded the safety and security of the particular community in Leh.
“Your attention is urgently invited for intervention in the matter in light of serious nature of sensitive apprehension of law and order problem likely to be created by LBA in the whole of Ladakh region,” the letter reads.
Shiekh Nazirul Mehdi also urged the Chief Minister that sufficient quantum of enforcement agencies be kept ready in advance with ‘strict directions to keep vigil on the activities of LBA as precautionary measures.
Rejecting the LBA accusation regarding ‘luring Buddhist girl’, Sheikh stated in his letter that LBA is trying to create unrest in the region.
The tension sparked in Ladakh region after a marriage between a Buddhist woman and man of another community after which LBA has written to the CM over the issue.
The girl accused LBA of issuing false statements and presenting a concocted version of the events, he claimed, adding the girl has written in her statement, “My marriage has nothing to do with my spiritual choice, love and companionship being the only reason for our marital bond. The spiritual choice is a very personal matter not to be mixed with my marriage.” She has requested people to maintain peace and harmony.