Former governor of Occupied Kashmir raises concerns over Modi's aggressive ambitions
By News Desk
August 3, 2023 07:54 PM
Satya Pal Malik, the former Governor of Occupied Kashmir, has sounded an alarm over what he perceives as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's aggressive ambitions.
In a series of statements, Malik has expressed deep concerns about the state of affairs in India, warning that the ongoing Hindu-Muslim riots in Haryana's Noh district appear pre-ordained.
Moreover, Malik has raised suspicions about the civil war in Manipur, claiming it is an orchestrated attempt to influence Modi's electoral prospects. He further predicts that the Hindu-Muslim riots and anti-Pakistan narrative will escalate as the 2024 elections draw near.
The former governor has not held back in criticizing Modi's tactics, alleging that the Pulwama incident was cynically exploited for electoral success. Malik questions the source of the gunpowder used in the attack and raises doubts about the government's handling of the situation, particularly the absence of adequate security measures, including the failure to intercept the aircraft involved in the attack.
Seeking transparency and accountability, Satya Pal Malik has demanded that the Pulwama incident inquiry report be made public. He believes that this report holds crucial answers and should be accessible to the public to understand the circumstances surrounding the tragedy.
Furthermore, the former governor foresees the potential for another Pulwama-style drama before the 2024 elections, implying that such incidents may be used as political ploys to sway public sentiment in favour of the ruling party.
These statements by Satya Pal Malik have sparked significant discussions and debates, given his background and experience in occupied Kashmir. His allegations against the current government raise critical questions about the country's political climate and the potential manipulation of public sentiment for electoral gains.
As India heads into a crucial election cycle, these claims demand attention and scrutiny from all quarters. The concerns voiced by the former governor highlight the need for transparency, accountability, and a focus on the welfare of citizens over political gains.