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Omar accuses Lone of sending crowd to Modi's rally; Lone calls Omar 'troll'

india Updated: Dec 09, 2014 00:05 IST
Peerzada Ashiq
Peerzada Ashiq
Hindustan Times
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Hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi much-talked about rally in Srinagar, state chief minister Omar Abdullah accused separatist-turned-politician Sajad Lone of transporting people to the venue.


"So @sajadlone is sending about 80 vehicles of supporters from Kupwara to help his "big brother" make up the numbers," wrote Omar on micro blogging site Twitter.


"2 trainloads of supporters are being brought in from Banihal in Jammu. Why not just have the rally there?" he wrote.

To this Handwara candidate wrote, "@abdullah_omar so u r the newest troll on the scene. Best of luck in the world of trolls."

Lone, who met the Prime Minister in Delhi ahead of assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir, is in a tactical alliance with the party to spike the BJP chances to form the government in the state.

Abdullah also took a dig at the Congress leaders, who are in a coalition with the National Conference for this tenure.

"Amazingly even Cong supported "leaders" have been asked to contribute people to the BJP rally. Politics makes for strange bedfellows :-)," Abdullah wrote.

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