Omar Abdullah has said that he and his father are being forcibly dragged into the ongoing tussle in Rajasthan. Abdullah has also challenged Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel in this context.
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah have also jumped into the political war in Rajasthan. Omar Abdullah has said that he and his father Farooq Abdullah are being forcibly dragged into the ongoing tussle in Rajasthan.
Abdullah has also challenged Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel in this context. Abdullah has made this statement in the context of Bhupesh Baghel's interview in which he has claimed that the wires of the political tussle of Rajasthan are somewhere related to the release of Omar Abdullah and his father earlier this year.
Omar Abdullah tweeted on Monday- "I am fed up with such false malicious and false accusation that whatever Sachin Pilot is doing is somehow linked to the release of me or my father earlier this year Was. Enough is enough.
Bhupesh Baghel My lawyer will answer you. " Abdullah has also retweeted the official statement issued by the Jammu and Kashmir National Conference.
Abdullah has also tagged Rahul Gandhi, Congress Party (INC), and Randeep Surjewala in the tweet.
I am fed up of the downright malicious and false allegation that what Sachin Pilot is doing is somehow linked to my or my father’s release from detention earlier this year. Enough is enough. Mr @bhupeshbaghel will be hearing from my lawyers. Cc @RahulGandhi @INCIndia @rssurjewala https://t.co/Gojb7vN1V3— Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) July 20, 2020
An official statement issued by the National Conference said that in an interview with Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel on July 20, he incorrectly stated that the release of Omar Abdullah, the Vice President of the National Conference, was somehow Sachin is associated with Pilot and the current political upsurge of Rajasthan.
On behalf of NC, it was said that the party rejects all such false, malicious, and politically motivated statements that are being made from a convenient political situation.