Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Saturday opposed the setting up a judicial commission to probe the snoopgate issue.
“Was talking to my dad last night and he felt the same way — setting up a commission of inquiry in the dying hours of UPA 2 is just wrong,” Omar tweeted.
The Chief Minister said the decision should have been implemented when it was taken in December.
“If the decision to appoint a commission was taken in December, it should have been implemented. To appoint a judge 5 months later is wrong,” he said.
Pertinently, the central government had said on Friday that a judicial commission to probe “snoopgate” allegedly involving Modi will be in place before the Lok Sabha poll process comes to an.
The government had decided four months back to set up the inquiry commission but the process got delayed reportedly because of its inability to find a judge.