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Omar Abdullah: A Politician Who Is Controversy's Favourite Child

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Omar Abdullah, the former CM of Jammu and Kashmir hails from the prominent Abdullah family and became the 11th Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir in 2009. Omar Abdullah, who was born on 10 March 1970, celebrates his 46th birthday today.
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    Omar Abdullah, the former CM of Jammu and Kashmir hails from the prominent Abdullah family and became the 11th Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir in 2009. Omar Abdullah, who was born on 10 March 1970, celebrates his 46th birthday today. The former Cm of J&K was never interested in joining politics but ever since he came into the fray, he has been involved in some controversy.
    He has long been known for his tongue-in-cheek comments on social media as well as during events and has had quite a few controversial stances on separate different occasions over major issues.
    Abdullah wound up being a part of the JNU controversy during his twitter war with Ashok Pandit. Abdullah tweeted “I’m a Kashmir Muslim AND I’m not a Ramdev supporter/follower. I’d better prepare for my interrogation.” This was in response to a tweet by Pandit who wanted Shehla Rashid to be interrogated as she was a Kashmiri Muslim.
    We take a look at some of the statements said by him that stirred up big controversies.
    Check out more…
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    Omar Abdullah, the former CM of Jammu and Kashmir hails from the prominent Abdullah family and became the 11th Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir in 2009. Omar Abdullah, who was born on 10 March 1970, celebrates his 46th birthday today. The former Cm of J&K was never interested in joining politics but ever since he came into the fray, he has been involved in some controversy.
    He has long been known for his tongue-in-cheek comments on social media as well as during events and has had quite a few controversial stances on separate different occasions over major issues.
    Abdullah wound up being a part of the JNU controversy during his twitter war with Ashok Pandit. Abdullah tweeted “I’m a Kashmir Muslim AND I’m not a Ramdev supporter/follower. I’d better prepare for my interrogation.” This was in response to a tweet by Pandit who wanted Shehla Rashid to be interrogated as she was a Kashmiri Muslim.
    We take a look at some of the statements said by him that stirred up big controversies.
    Check out more…
  • +5 See more slides
    Omar Abdullah, the former CM of Jammu and Kashmir hails from the prominent Abdullah family and became the 11th Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir in 2009. Omar Abdullah, who was born on 10 March 1970, celebrates his 46th birthday today. The former Cm of J&K was never interested in joining politics but ever since he came into the fray, he has been involved in some controversy.
    He has long been known for his tongue-in-cheek comments on social media as well as during events and has had quite a few controversial stances on separate different occasions over major issues.
    Abdullah wound up being a part of the JNU controversy during his twitter war with Ashok Pandit. Abdullah tweeted “I’m a Kashmir Muslim AND I’m not a Ramdev supporter/follower. I’d better prepare for my interrogation.” This was in response to a tweet by Pandit who wanted Shehla Rashid to be interrogated as she was a Kashmiri Muslim.
    We take a look at some of the statements said by him that stirred up big controversies.
    Check out more…
  • +5 See more slides
    Omar Abdullah, the former CM of Jammu and Kashmir hails from the prominent Abdullah family and became the 11th Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir in 2009. Omar Abdullah, who was born on 10 March 1970, celebrates his 46th birthday today. The former Cm of J&K was never interested in joining politics but ever since he came into the fray, he has been involved in some controversy.
    He has long been known for his tongue-in-cheek comments on social media as well as during events and has had quite a few controversial stances on separate different occasions over major issues.
    Abdullah wound up being a part of the JNU controversy during his twitter war with Ashok Pandit. Abdullah tweeted “I’m a Kashmir Muslim AND I’m not a Ramdev supporter/follower. I’d better prepare for my interrogation.” This was in response to a tweet by Pandit who wanted Shehla Rashid to be interrogated as she was a Kashmiri Muslim.
    We take a look at some of the statements said by him that stirred up big controversies.
    Check out more…
  • +5 See more slides
    Omar Abdullah, the former CM of Jammu and Kashmir hails from the prominent Abdullah family and became the 11th Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir in 2009. Omar Abdullah, who was born on 10 March 1970, celebrates his 46th birthday today. The former Cm of J&K was never interested in joining politics but ever since he came into the fray, he has been involved in some controversy.
    He has long been known for his tongue-in-cheek comments on social media as well as during events and has had quite a few controversial stances on separate different occasions over major issues.
    Abdullah wound up being a part of the JNU controversy during his twitter war with Ashok Pandit. Abdullah tweeted “I’m a Kashmir Muslim AND I’m not a Ramdev supporter/follower. I’d better prepare for my interrogation.” This was in response to a tweet by Pandit who wanted Shehla Rashid to be interrogated as she was a Kashmiri Muslim.
    We take a look at some of the statements said by him that stirred up big controversies.
    Check out more…
  • +5 See more slides
    Omar Abdullah, the former CM of Jammu and Kashmir hails from the prominent Abdullah family and became the 11th Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir in 2009. Omar Abdullah, who was born on 10 March 1970, celebrates his 46th birthday today. The former Cm of J&K was never interested in joining politics but ever since he came into the fray, he has been involved in some controversy.
    He has long been known for his tongue-in-cheek comments on social media as well as during events and has had quite a few controversial stances on separate different occasions over major issues.
    Abdullah wound up being a part of the JNU controversy during his twitter war with Ashok Pandit. Abdullah tweeted “I’m a Kashmir Muslim AND I’m not a Ramdev supporter/follower. I’d better prepare for my interrogation.” This was in response to a tweet by Pandit who wanted Shehla Rashid to be interrogated as she was a Kashmiri Muslim.
    We take a look at some of the statements said by him that stirred up big controversies.
    Check out more…

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