Meghalaya / Satyapal Malik's advice to the Modi government - Agniveer will yearn for marriage after his return from the army

Zoom News : Jun 27, 2022, 07:57 AM
Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik on Sunday opposed the new 'Agneepath' scheme introduced by the Center for recruitment in the army and said that the government should reconsider the scheme. Malik said that the jawan will take training for six months, when he returns home after six months' leave and three years' job, he will not even get married.

After the death of teacher leader Gaje Singh Dhama in Khekra, UP's Baghpat on Sunday, Malik had reached his residence to offer condolences. Later talking to the media, Governor Malik said that the Agneepath scheme is against the jawans, it is a betrayal of their hopes. He said that earlier he had spoken about the farmers and now he is talking about the soldiers.

I will leave the chair in a minute, if...

If you had resigned from the post and sat in the midst of farmers and youth and were vocal, it would have made more impact? In response to this question, Satyapal Malik said, 'If I would have been in the circle of advisors like you, I would not have reached here. Then he further said that I will leave the chair in a minute if the one who made me says it. Malik has also been the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir.

I do not intend to do politics and contest elections

Responding to a question about future plans, he said, "I do not intend to do politics and contest elections." I will fight wherever needed for the farmers and jawans. Malik said that he will also write a book on Kashmir. When asked whether after retirement, he would openly lead the movement against the central government? Malik said that it is not a matter of opposition to the government, if the issue I am raising is accepted, then it will be a matter of government's side.