Srinagar: Taking a jibe at Narendra Modi for his attacks on former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, National Conference (NC) vice-president Omar Abdullah said it is almost as the PM has discovered a time machine and is fighting the 1989 General elections, with Rajiv Gandhi as his principal rival.
‘Has Modi ji discovered a time machine? It’s almost as if he’s fighting the 1989 general election & Rajiv Gandhi is his principal rival! Oh to be 19 again,’ Mr Abdullah, who is the former chief minister of J&K, wrote on micro-blogging site twitter.
Days after throwing the ‘bhrashtachari no 1’ barb at Rajiv Gandhi, Mr Modi on Wednesday launched a fresh attack on the former PM, accusing the Gandhi family of using warship INS Viraat as its “personal taxi” for a holiday when the late Congress leader was at the helm.
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