When Satyapal reached Malik’s village, a program was organized in his honour. Malik spoke to the villagers at length about the current situation and agriculture. Had dinner with everyone. Meanwhile, he railed against the Bharatiya Janata Party government in front of the media. He called the government anti-farmer. He said that the people of BJP government are worried due to price hike. Having raised my voice about the shortcomings of the government, now that I have retired, the government can investigate me, but at the same time it should be repeated. I’m a mystic man, and I can’t get anything. When I became governor, I took five kurtas along with pyjamas and returned with the same.
Malik does not belong to any party
Asked about his active political strategy, Salpal Malik clarified that he will not join any party or contest any election. Now he will only work to raise the voice of farmers. Raising the voice of farmers from the confines of the law even when they are in constitutional position. But Malik said he said that he would definitely help former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh’s grandson Chaudhary Jayant and former Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav’s son Akhilesh Yadav.
Actually, Satyapal Malik, a resident of Hisawada village in Baghpat, who played a long political innings, was appointed as the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir. After the abrogation of Article 370, Satya Pal Malik was removed from the post of Governor and a new LG was appointed. Currently taking charge as the Governor of Meghalaya. His term ended on Monday. After retirement, he reached his native village Hisawada on Wednesday. Aloo Jeera, Mathar Paneer, Raita and Sonth are his food of choice. There are also reports of Satyapal Malik sharing the stage with Jayant Chaudhary in the coming time.