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Kashmir unrest: Twitter turns into battle ground between Ram Madhav, Omar Abdullah

Leaders of opposition parties from J&K led by Omar knocked at the doors of President Pranab Mukherjee, requesting him to urge the Centre in finding a solution "politically".


Kashmir unrest: Twitter turns into battle ground between Ram Madhav, Omar Abdullah

Kashmir: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah and Bharatiya Janata Party national general secretary Ram Madhav on Saturday were entangled in a twitter war over Kashmir unrest.

While taking a swipe at the previous National Conference-Congress coalition, Madhav said, “Talk of political solution is only to score political points. They did nothing to help State bring normalcy. In stead helped spread unrest.”

The BJP leader hit out at the political personalities who were absent during hosting of the national flag in all the districts of J&K.

He also hit our at Omar for calling for political solution to the Kashmir problem.

In a series of tweets the ex-J&K CM took on the ruling BJP saying: “We have offered you solutions both while in power & out of it but you are deaf to what you don't like hearing!”

While replying to Madhav, Omar tweeted: “Why don't you name us instead of just these snide, sly tweets? I challenge you to prove that any of us spread unrest.”

As the unrest in Kashmir entered the 43rd day, leaders of opposition parties from Jammu and Kashmir led by Omar Abdullah today knocked at the doors of President Pranab Mukherjee, requesting him to urge the Centre in finding a solution "politically".

From Zee News

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