Former Governor of J-K summoned by CBI: Congress claims 'We saw it coming!’
- Posted on April 21, 2023
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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has reportedly sent a notice to the former Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Satya Pal Malik, to appear for questioning regarding corruption allegations. According to sources, the CBI has asked Malik to appear for questioning on April 27th and 28th. The agency is said to be investigating corruption cases related to Malik's tenure as the Governor of the state.
Sources suggest that the CBI is particularly interested in irregularities in two projects in Jammu and Kashmir. Two cases have already been registered in this regard during Malik's tenure as the Governor. The questioning is expected to take place at a guest house on Akbar Road.
However, there has been no official confirmation or statement from the CBI regarding the notice or the questioning of Satya Pal Malik. It remains to be seen what further developments will take place in this case.
The two cases are:-
"The offer was to pass the file in exchange for money."
In October 2021, Satyapal Malik claimed that he was offered a bribe of Rs. 300 crores to clear a file related to an RSS leader. Following this, an investigation was launched and a case was registered against unknown persons. Satyapal Malik had previously been questioned in October 2020 regarding this matter.
The offer of a bribe in exchange for clearing a file raises serious concerns about corruption and highlights the need for strict measures to prevent such incidents. The investigation into this matter must be carried out thoroughly to identify those responsible and bring them to justice. The case also highlights the importance of transparency and accountability in government and political affairs.
A statement was given against the Farmers' Bill.
It is noteworthy that Satyapal Malik has been a vocal critic of the central government for a long time. He had also spoken in support of the farmers who were protesting against the farm bills. During that time, the central government also opposed the bills passed by the parliament. He had said that the cancellation of the three agricultural laws by the central government is a historic victory for the farmers. The government will have to work honestly in relation to withdrawing the cases filed against the protesting farmers. He also said that the government must legally provide a minimum support price (MSP) for crops. Malik had said that he himself was also against these agricultural laws.
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