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Dirty pictures from Valley's hall of shame.

Photos reveal misuse of power in J& K

TWENTY- EIGHT- year- old Tony Farhan Beig's uploading his father, Deputy Inspector General of Police ( DIG) Jammu, Shakeel Baig's picture with policeman helping him to put on his shoes is latest controversy in Jammu and Kashmir that was first picked up by the social media.

Last week an audio of Minister of State of Power's Waqar Rasool had gone viral on social networking sites and on whatsapp. In the audio Waqar, who is from Congress, was abusing his cabinet colleague and National Conference leader, Muhammad Akbar Lone.

Last month, NC leader and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah's close aide, Nasir Aslam Wani pictures of kicking his party worker in the Chief Minister's constituency, Ganderbal, had gone viral. Wani had described the video footage as doctored.

Before it a picture of a private school teacher relaxing on a chair and talking on his mobile phone while three young boys in school uniform massage his legs and feet Photos reveal misuse of power in J& K had gone viral.

Ironically, the caption of the picture was, " Great teachers do not teach, they simply inspire." Tony's Monday's Instagram pictures, however, are unique as it is the son which became cause of embarrassment to his father.

In one of the pictures Tony had shown a policeman sitting near the feet of the DIG helping him to put on his shoes. " Real king -- My Dad!! Last time he put his shoes himself was almost 15 years ago # Boss Life # King xx." This was Tony's caption of the picture.

Tony Beig had also posted his own picture, playing golf on his Facebook and Instagram with caption, " Golf with Dad before next ( flight)." In the picture, an armed security man is acting as the caddie holding the flag stick for the DIG's son at a golf course.

The pictures have gone viral. After condemnation started pouring on the social networking sites, Tony removed pictures from Facebook and Instagram.

Tony, who has put his present address on Facebook as Beverly Hills, California, earlier, according to sources, has studied in Australia where he had opened a Cricket Academy.

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Publication:Mail Today (New Delhi, India)
Date:Oct 30, 2014
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