The Governor of Meghalaya demanded an apology from CM Khattar on the lathi charge, then the Congress leader said – his leave is fixed, take it in writing

The Governor of Meghalaya demanded

In Karnal, farmers were lathi-charged by the police on the previous day, due to which the BJP government has once again come under target. At the same time, Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik has also opposed Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar over the matter. During a conversation with NDTV, he also demanded an apology from CM Khattar. Congress leader Alka Lamba has now tweeted about this, which is becoming fiercely viral on social media. In her tweet, Alka Lamba wrote that now her leave is fixed.

 

On the lathi charge on farmers in Karnal, Governor Satya Pal Malik says that that SDM should not remain in the job even for a minute. Strictest action should have been taken against him by now. CM Manohar Lal Khattar should apologize to the farmers. Along with this, he said that CM Khattar is deliberately holding his meetings at sensitive places, be it Jind or Karnal.

 

This video of Meghalaya Governor was shared by Congress leader Alka Lamba on Twitter handle. Reacting to the Governor’s statement, he wrote, “Keep it in writing, Governor Satya Pal Malik ji’s holiday is fixed.” Now social media users are also commenting a lot on this tweet of the Congress leader.

 

A user named Sheetal Kumari, agreeing with the Congress leader, wrote, “Sahi baat.” A user named Pramod Chhaparwal took to the tweet and wrote, “We don’t use the word friends more than brothers and sisters like this. He has to work for eighteen eighteen hours continuously.

 

Reacting to the words of the Governor of Meghalaya, a user named Ashutosh Singh wrote, “His conscience is alive in the matter of farmers. Anyway, in the interview itself, he said that no position matters for the support of farmers. Very few living consciences are left in the BJP now.” A user named Tej Bahadur Yadav wrote, “Hon’ble Mr. Malik ji has clearly said that he is not worried about whether he will be the governor tomorrow or not.”

 

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