- Mr Abdullah posted a picture of his snow-covered Kashmir home on Twitter
- KT Rama Rao hoped for "a wish-granting factory" to stay close to his home
- The exchange comes when KCR is going to launch his own federal front
After Omar Abdullah posted a straight-out-of-a postcard photo of his snow-covered Kashmir home on Twitter, Telangana Chief Minister KCR's son KT Rama Rao said he hoped "there was a wish-granting factory" so he could stay close to the beautiful place. Soon after, he got a warm invite.
"Treat mine as yours and stay any time you like," former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah replied. "Hey, I am going to take that offer rather seriously Omar Saab," KTR wrote back.
Kashmir Valley has received fresh snow amid the ''Chillai-Kalan'', the 40-day coldest period in winter, when chances of snowfall are the maximum.
If only there was a wish granting factory, I'd have one right there; somewhere closer https://t.co/M1w58SfX8Q- KTR (@KTRTRS) January 16, 2019
Hey, I am gonna take that offer rather seriously Omar Saab https://t.co/XVUKFxMF8W- KTR (@KTRTRS) January 16, 2019
The friendly exchange between the two regional party leaders comes at a time when K Chandrasekhar Rao is involved in efforts to launch a federal front of his own.