Watch | Omar Abdullah shuts down Times Now’s Navika Kumar with his fact based replies

English news channel ‘Times Now’ anchor Navika Kumar has come under the target of social media users for one of her shows, people are trolling her fiercely. Let us tell you that in the show about which senior journalist Navika Kumar is being trolled on micro-blogging website Twitter, she is seen interviewing former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah. Navika Kumar is facing embarrassment on social media after the sharp replies given by Omar Abdullah during an interview on Times Now.

The Times Now anchor had asked Omar Abdullah about the development of Jammu and Kashmir, as his family ruled the state for the longest time. Abdullah sarcastically said that he was ready to accept that the previous governments led by him or his family did not work towards the development of Kashmir. However, during this time he asked the representative of Times Now to list the development works done by the BJP government in the last two years.

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Abdullah said, “Show me a new investment which has come from the BJP government. Show me a positive development that has come. What is being inaugurated now, from roads to tunnels, power houses, hospitals, schools, colleges, universities, everything was given in the previous governments.

Abdullah reminded Kumar that Ghulam Nabi Azad, as health minister, had given ‘medical colleges’ to the Valley. Abdullah further said, “Dr. Manmohan Singh gave Central Universities. Dr. Manmohan Singh gave a four-lane highway between Jammu and Srinagar. The tunnel at Banihal, the tunnel at Nashri was started when Dr Manmohan Singh was the prime minister.”

This video of the sharp answers given by Omar Abdullah during the interview on Times Now is now becoming very viral on social media. Along with this, Navika Kumar is being trolled fiercely on the micro-blogging website Twitter.

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