"I rise with deep sense of agony and anguish at what is happening in Kishtwar. It is not merely a local law and order problem. Central intervention is necessary and normalcy has to be restored at the earliest," Yechury said in the Rajya Sabha.
"I am disappointed that the situation was allowed to degenerate to this level," he said.
"Proper relief and rehabilitation must be given to the victims. Proper inquiry is needed, the truth has to come out. The judicial inquiry ordered does not inspire confidence," said Yechury.
"We know that the number of LoC (Line of Control) transmissions has increased, number of infiltrating attempts have increased. In spite of all such alerts why was such laxity shown?" he said.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said the state government will be ordering a judicial inquiry into Friday´s violence in Kishtwar.
"In order to establish the truth behind the Kishtwar violence & what followed the State Govt has decided to order a Judicial inquiry," tweeted Abdullah.
"The inquiry will be held by a Retired High Court judge in a time bound manner to establish the facts & share them publicly," he posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.
Meanwhile, all National Highways leading to Jammu were closed down on Monday and curfew was extended to seven more districts in the state.
According to reports, mobile and internet services were halted on Monday. Schools and colleges remained closed across the valley.
"The situation is under control and patrolling will continue till the situation gets better. This is to protect people. No untoward incident was reported on Sunday night. If the situation gets under control we can think of giving relief in curfew to people," DIG Shakeel Begh told CNN-IBN.
Curfew was clamped in five more districts in Jammu region on Sunday as the state remained tense following the Kishtwar violence.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah flew to Jammu and reviewed the situation, directing stern action against troublemakers even as Kishtwar remained curfew bound after Friday´s communal clashes.
The state government suspended the annual Amarnath Yatra from Jammu as a precautionary measure.
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