CBI has registered a case regarding irregularities in two projects in Jammu and Kashmir. Satyapal Malik was the governor at that time. Malik has claimed that an offer of 300 crores was received to sign these projects.
New Delhi: Former Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik has been summoned by the Central Bureau of Investigation for questioning in a corruption-related case. According to the information, the CBI has issued a notice to the former governor asking him to appear. At the same time, Satyapal Malik has said that the CBI has called him and called him for questioning on 27 or 28 April. However, nothing has been said by the CBI regarding this matter yet.
'I exposed the sins of some people by telling the truth'
On receiving the CBI notice, Satyapal Malik said, "I exposed the sins of some people by telling the truth, that's why I was called." He said, I am the son of a farmer, I will not panic. Stand by the truth." Malik said the CBI has asked him to be present at the agency's Akbar Road guesthouse here for "some clarifications".
Malik said, “They want some clarification, for which they want my presence. I am going to Rajasthan, so I have given them the dates of April 27 to 29, when I will be available." He was questioned by the CBI last year in connection with the scam.
Inquiry was also done in October
CBI has registered a case regarding disturbances in two projects in Jammu and Kashmir. Satyapal Malik was the governor at that time. Malik has claimed that an offer of 300 crores was received to sign these projects. Earlier in October last year, he was also questioned. The CBI has called Satyapal Malik for questioning at a time when Satyapal Malik has raised questions regarding the Pulwama attack.