Mired in the controversy over the partial revocation of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah apparently finds 'relief' in verbal duel between women living in reality show Bigg Boss and wonders how new entrant Swami Agnivesh takes on loud Pooja Misra.
"How long before Swami Agnivesh gets in to a scrap with Pooja Mishra?????? (sic). Agnivesh going into the Bigg Boss' house. I didn't see this one coming & can't wait to watch his entry,” wrote Omar on micro blogging website Twitter.
To a query from a fan on how he manages to find out what is happening in the house, Omar said: "I read newspapers & watch the news so it isn't difficult to know what's happening in the house."
The reality show Bigg Boss on Wednesday evening saw one more participant in the house when Agnivesh made a surprise entry into the house, full of verbal duel and plots against each other.
The chief minister is also bugged by reportage on the AFSPA by television channels. "It's amusing to see how "sources" are giving verbatim accounts to various channels. My dad used to complain about this after cabinet meetings…Who the hell is leaking the proceedings of the UHQ to the media??????” asked Omar on the Twitter.
Referring to the reportage on the controversial Act, Omar wrote: "By cleverly packaging the AFSPA debate as Omar v/s army a possible decision based on logic is being projected as some sort of ego clash."