Central Uncovering the Truth: Former Governor Exposes Government’s Failures

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Former Jammu and Kashmir governor Satyapal Malik once again criticized the government regarding the Pulwama attack, stating that the 2019 Lok Sabha elections were “fought on the bodies of our soldiers,” and that the then home minister would have had to resign if there had been an investigation into the incident.

He claimed that he had informed the Prime Minister about the attack immediately after it happened, but “he told me to keep quiet.”

“Elections (Lok Sabha 2019) were fought on the bodies of our soldiers and no investigation was done. Had an inquiry been conducted, the then home minister would have had to resign. Many officers would have been jailed and there would have been a huge controversy,” Malik said at an event in Bansur of Alwar district.

Malik has been outspoken about the issues related to Jammu and Kashmir, where he served as governor before the state was divided into the Union Territories of Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir.

During the event on Sunday, he mentioned that when the Pulwama attack occurred on February 14, 2019, the Prime Minister was at a shooting event at the Jim Corbett National Park.

“When he emerged from there, I received a call from him. I informed him that our soldiers had been killed and it was our mistake. He told me to keep quiet,” Malik said.

Malik was recently questioned by the CBI regarding his claim that he was offered Rs 300 crore as a bribe to clear files related to an insurance scheme during his tenure as Jammu and Kashmir governor from August 23, 2018 to October 30, 2019.

He also criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the Adani issue, stating that Adani has amassed great wealth in just three years, and asked the audience if they had been able to increase their wealth.

He mentioned that Congress leader Randeep Surjewala told Parliament that Adani had received Rs 20,000 crore and asked the government “where did it come from.” “The Prime Minister could not provide an answer. He talked for two days but could not answer one thing because he had no answer and I am saying that it is all his money,” Malik said.

“They loot from their chief ministers and give it to Adani, and he does business and is sure that it is my money,” Malik said. “I complained about the corruption of the chief minister there to the Prime Minister, and the result was that I was removed as governor and the CM continued in the post. That’s why I am sure that they engage in corruption right under his nose and he has a share in it, and the entire share goes to Adani,” Malik said.

He urged people to change the government, stating, “Because if you vote for them again, you will not get a chance to vote thereafter. After this, he will not let you vote, he will say that every time only I win, then why spend on elections.”

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