Amid outrage over brutal rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has written to the chief justice of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court, requesting setting up of a special fast track court to finish the trial in 90 days.
"We will discuss the agenda of meeting after the meeting", Kaul said.
"There may be a change of portfolio of one minister who has also been playing the communal card to keep the Jammu region on boil over the arrest of culprits in Kathua case", sources said.
BJP General Secretary and its Kashmir pointsman Ram Madhav, who was here to attend the party's legislature meet, ruled out any threat to the ruling alliance in the wake of the resignations by the two ministers - Choudhary Lal Singh and Chander Prakash Ganga.More news: Huey Lewis cancels concerts due to hearing loss
Following the concerns on global level over Kathua incident and CM Mehbooba's threatening communication to break alliance, the right-wing party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Jammu based cabinet ministers were forced to tender resignations, a party source in New Delhi told Kashmir News Bureau.
On Monday, lawyers in Kathua had tried to prevent the Crime Branch from filing the charge sheet in the case.
After a marathon meeting of party's legislator here, senior PDP leader and Public Works Minister Naeem Akhtar told reporters that the party hopes for the same kind of support from the country on other issues in the state.
The girl was attacked to scare away the nomadic Muslim community out of the village. Mehbooba assured the entire nation that she stands committed to ensuring justice in the Kathua rape and murder case.More news: Pugilist Mary Kom clinches gold
To a question that the two ministers had participated in the rally in support of the accused in the rape case where the national tricolour was being waved, Madhav said, "That is why they had to resign".
"We will never ever let another child suffer in this way".
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