Omar Abdullah
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar AbdullahReuters

Three unemployed youth created chaos in what seemed to be a major security breach at the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Monday morning. The presiding Speaker has sought for an investigation into the incident.

The offenders identified as Manish Khajuria, Sunny Malhotra and Ambedkar Gupta, entered the Assembly by jumping into the Well of the House, Press Trust of India reported.  

All three were forcefully evicted by the House Marshalls after raising slogans and waving flags in protest against the failure of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah's government to check unemployment in the state.

The men reportedly belonged to the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Front, an outfit affiliated with BJP.

Abdullah dismissed the charges that called for a security breach, saying that the men seemed to have no intention to harm any of the legislatives in the House and had entered with valid passes, NDTV reported.

It was said that the men had entered the high-security galvanized state assembly with the help of MLA Bosohli Jagdish of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Front.

In a terror-hit state like Jammu and Kashmir, a security breach in Assembly is matter of concern for officials.