The Governor of Meghalaya, Satya Pal Malik, who has spoken out loudly on the issue of farmers’ movement, has said in a tone that if the government feels that I am harming them, then I will go away and without speaking my governor I will keep it. In an EXCLUSIVE interview with NDTV, Malik said, “I am deeply saddened by the death of about 250 farmers during the movement.” He said that I have no problem even leaving the post of Governor. NDTV correspondent Saurabh Shukla spoke to Satpal Malik, during which he replied with Bewakhi. Question: Are you not afraid that you are giving this statement while holding the post of Governor? Answer: If the government feels If I am doing them harm then I will go away. I will speak without being governor. Condolences are also expressed when the bitch dies and no one has expressed any condolences. In fact, those who want the loss of the government do not want to find a solution. If this movement goes on like this, then in the long run the BJP will suffer a lot of damage in western Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana. I do not see this condition of the farmers. The situation is that the BJP leaders are not able to go out of their village. People are beating BJP MLAs. By not speaking on the issue of farmers, we gave the entire land to the opposition. I am very saddened by the death of the farmer, so I said that there is no problem in leaving the post of governor, I will leave the post of governor and will speak again. My statement is not a loss to the party, but a benefit. Farmers will feel that someone is talking to them. Farmers should not be sent empty handed. I have spoken to both the Prime Minister and the Home Minister. The government should start negotiating with the farmers soon.