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Newswaali Kerala gold smuggling case: I will intervene in the complaint against Mutalav – Governor warns

Governor Arif Mohammad Khan has warned that he will intervene in the complaint against Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in the Kerala gold smuggling case.

Moreover, the State Finance Minister K.N. He also firmly stated that it was right to demand appropriate action against Gopalan as per the constitution.

The ruling Left Democratic Front in Kerala has accused Governor Arif Mohammad Khan of trying to impose RSS policies in state universities.

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Denying this, Governor Arif Mohammad Khan told reporters in Delhi on Thursday, ‘They are accusing me of trying to recruit RSS workers in universities. I am ready to resign even if I show someone appointed by me. If this is not proved, is the Chief Minister ready to resign?

I have not yet intervened in a gold smuggling case. But now there are sufficient fundamental reasons for me to intervene in this matter as it is written in the scriptures that the actions of the Chief Minister’s office and those close to the Chief Minister are involved. I will definitely intervene in this matter.

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Earlier my letters to the Chief were not answered. I am not offended by this. The state investigation agencies are prevented from investigating the gold smuggling case as those in the chief minister’s office are also involved. I will ensure that such obstacles do not occur.

‘How does one who has missed Uttar Pradesh know about Kerala?’ As Minister Balakrishnan spoke and tried to find fault with the Governor by inciting stateism. By this he is creating a dangerous situation for the people of Kerala. The central leadership of the Marxist party did not support him as the minister’s speech would cause problems in the northern states.

People are afraid of the ruling government in Kerala as those who wear black shirts and go to public meetings are arrested,” he said.

To a question about the notice sent by the governor asking the deputy commissioners who were not duly appointed to hand over their salary, he said, ‘There has been no reply yet. The damage has been decided by the coming 7th. I will call them and inquire before taking action on it, said Governor Arif Mohammad Khan.

Appointment of new Vice-Chancellor: Meanwhile, the Governor has appointed Thomas, Senior Associate Director, Directorate of Technical Education, as the Vice-Chancellor of APJ Abdul Kalam University of Technology. The governor’s house announced that Thomas will continue in that position until a new vice chancellor is appointed.

The governor has rejected the recommendation of the state government to appoint the principal secretary of the state higher education department, Ishita Roy, to that post.