Meghalaya Governor Satyapal Malik criticized his critics calling for his resignation News


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Gaurav pandey
Updated on Sun, Nov 7, 2021 6:15 PM M. IST

Summary

The Governor of Meghalaya, Satya Pal Malik, had recently accused the BJP government of corruption in Jammu, Kashmir and Goa. After this, opposition leaders and critics raised questions that if he has such a problem, why not resign? On Sunday, Malik answered the same question by taunting his opponents.

Governor of Meghalaya Satya Pal Malik
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Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik, who accused the BJP government in Goa of corruption during the Corona virus epidemic, targeted his critics on Sunday. Satyapal Malik said on a program that if I say something about the farmers issue, it will create a dispute. He said the governor cannot be removed, but some of my supporters want me to say something and move.

Malik further said: ‘Some people write on Facebook that if Governor Sahib feels so sorry then why doesn’t he resign. Two or three important people appointed me governor in Delhi and I speak against their wishes. When they tell me we have a problem, drop it, then I’m not going to spend a minute (quitting). ‘

This was said about corruption in Goa.
After the corruption in Jammu and Kashmir, Malik had also denounced widespread corruption in Goa, saying that I was transferred to Meghalaya just because of the strict anti-corruption stance in Goa. Satya Pal Malik had requested the Prime Minister’s intervention in this matter. In an interview with a news channel, Malik had said that the script for his departure from Goa was written due to the campaign against corruption.

They have supported the farmers’ movement.
Malik, who opened a front against his own government, had said before that I had done nothing wrong, so I speak without fear. Previously, he has also supported farmers who oppose agricultural laws introduced by the central government. Satya Pal Malik had also said that if the farmers’ protest continues, then I am ready to support them by resigning from my position.

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Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik, who accused the BJP government in Goa of corruption during the Corona virus epidemic, targeted his critics on Sunday. Satyapal Malik said on a program that if I say something about the farmers issue, it will create a dispute. He said the governor cannot be removed, but some of my supporters want me to say something and move.

Malik further said: ‘Some people write on Facebook that if Governor Sahib feels so sorry then why doesn’t he resign. Two or three important people appointed me governor in Delhi and I speak against their wishes. When they tell me we have a problem, drop it, then I’m not going to spend a minute (quitting). ‘

This was said about corruption in Goa.

After the corruption in Jammu and Kashmir, Malik had also denounced widespread corruption in Goa, saying that I was transferred to Meghalaya just because of the strict anti-corruption stance in Goa. Satya Pal Malik had requested the Prime Minister’s intervention in this matter. In an interview with a news channel, Malik had said that the script for his departure from Goa was written due to the campaign against corruption.

They have supported the farmers’ movement.

Malik, who opened a front against his own government, had said before that I had done nothing wrong, so I speak without fear. Previously, he has also supported farmers who oppose agricultural laws introduced by the central government. Satya Pal Malik had also said that if the farmers’ protest continues, then I am ready to support them by resigning from my position.


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