Satyapal Malik 'punished' by CBI raids for telling truth on Phulwama attack: CM

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Bengaluru, Feb 23: Speaking truth about the ghastly Pulwama attack incident, which resulted in the death of 40 patriotic soldiers was the ‘’punishment’’ for the CBI raids against former Jammu and Kashmir Governor and former BJP national president Satyapal Malik, alleged Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday.

The chief minister assailed the Narendra Modi regime for its vindictive action against Malik by conducting CBI raids at his residence and also for threatening him in a bid to silence him.

"When the Pulwama incident took place, Malik was the Jammu and Kashmir Governor and privy to all the details and his revelations on the ghastly incident that took a toll of 40 soldiers to further the political interests of the ruling BJP cannot be brushed aside,’’ he said condemning the attempts to ‘’silence’’ Malik.

Siddaramaiah, has in a press statement, demanded that the Centre should immediately desist from its ‘’coercive attempts to silence’’ Malik.

"Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not tolerate anybody criticising him or questioning his actions. It has become standard practice for Modi to let loose CBI, ED and other Central agencies,’’ he said and reminded the prime minister that the people are wise enough to understand the real motives behind the coercive action.




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  • Raj, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    Truth will not prevail under the Modi regime.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    under the regime of chaiwala it is 'SULLUM EVA and 40 chors of nagpur...

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  • Yogi, Mangaluru

    Fri, Feb 23 2024

    The lone CM in the whole of India and the only head of a ' state ' in the whole world who ' constantly ' speaks ill of Narendra Modi.

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  • M.Mathias, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 23 2024

    For easy votes they can do anything bad.

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  • Yogi, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 23 2024

    I fervently hope Pulwama and Kashmir are not districts of Karnataka.

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  • Narendra Kumar, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 23 2024

    I hope you know very well that it all happened in our country called India(Bharat) and not in our neighbouring country Pakistan. Shame on you Modi's boot lickers!

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  • Yogi, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 23 2024

    Non bootlickers must have come to realize that nothing can stop Narendra Modi from becoming PM again !

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  • Gautam Das, Bangalore

    Fri, Feb 23 2024

    If Modi really worth winning his 3rd term is he ready for open press conference with Satyapal Malik or Siddu or in the parliament regarding Pulwama attack???????……Why Modi is scared and nervous about Satyapal Malik for speaking the truth instead of filing a case against Malik if he has spoken anything wrong or illegal, why is Modi sending CBI, ED and IT behind Malik only after he started explaining about real story about Pulwama???.?…..BJP’s very cunning way of silencing his opponents using these paid agencies is well known and it will back fire.

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  • Ramanath, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    History repeats. Nobody dared to stop Hitler

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  • Alwyn, Kudla

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    Yogi you vote for him untill you become a jogi bekari.

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  • Yogi, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    Mr Alwyn, I am only speaking what is truth without any bias. Be practical , one vote of mine doesn't matter to Modi because anyway he is poised to win yet another time.

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