Srinagar: Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah took a dig at erstwhile PDP-BJP government following revelations by Governor Satya Pal Malik that nearly 600 political favourites were appointed in Jammu and Kashmir Bank as well as the appointment of a KAS officer without even exam by Public Service Commission (PSC).
“More skeletons fall out of the cupboard – PDP-BJP changed the entire select list of J&K Bank to appoint favourites: Guv,” Omar wrote on his Twitter handle.
Omar’s reaction was in the backdrop of Malik’s sensational charges against the politicians in the previous PDP-BJP government.
In an interview with Times Now, Malik said that 582 candidates, who had qualified Jammu and Kashmir bank examinations were dropped in the previous government to adjust relatives and workers of the politicians. (GNS)