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Omar's habit of tweet likely to prove costly for ex-CM
Governor vows to expose Abdullahs' corruption
7/23/2019 12:17:27 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, July 22: Overactive on the social media to react on all issues, former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah first time faced strong counter for his 'controversial' tweet in which he had challenged 'reputation' of Governor Satya Pal Malik.
The Governor, who from the day one after assuming charge has declared a war against corruption, within no time lashed out at Omar Abdullah and suffixed him title of 'political juvenile'.
Infuriated over highly provocative and controversial tweet, Governor lashed out at the former chief minister, accusing him of nepotism and corruption.
Malik said he does not have the family backing and money that Abdullah has.
"He is a kid and I have always had a good feeling about him, but now he is behaving like a political juvenile. I am in politics from the last 50 years. I never had the backing from my father and grandfather or the kind of money that he possesses. The days of their rule are over and they must stop thinking themselves as kings," Malik told a news agency.
He further alleged that Abdullah has shares in famous hotels and owns houses in Delhi, London, and Dubai.
"I promise you that I will unearth the corruption done by him over the years," the Governor said.
Abdullah earned Malik's ire for his habit of tweeting. The Governor said that the political leader, who tweets on a variety of issues, only invites abuses on his timeline.
"He tweets on everything. If you see the comments on his tweets, you would notice that at least 90 per cent of the people abuse and disagree with him. He is now used to tweeting such things," scoffed the governor.
Continuing his tirade against Abdullah, the Governor suggested him to come to Delhi and see his reputation in the eyes of the people.
"Because of my reputation in Delhi, I am the Governor and you are what you are because of yours," Malik remarked.
What Omar tweeted: "Save this tweet - after today any mainstream politician or serving/retired bureaucrat killed in Jammu and Kashmir has been murdered on the express orders of the Governor of J and K Satyapal Malik".
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