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  1. Meghalaya Governor V Shanmuganathan accused of molestation, allegedly converted Raj Bhawan into ‘Ladies Club’

Meghalaya Governor V Shanmuganathan accused of molestation, allegedly converted Raj Bhawan into ‘Ladies Club’

A five-page letter was sent to the Prime Minister’s Office and to Rashtrapati Bhavan by more than 80 employees of the Shillong Raj Bhavan, demanding the immediate removal of V Shanmuganathan, Meghalaya Governor.

By: | Updated: January 26, 2017 3:59 PM
A five-page letter was sent to the Prime Minister’s Office and to Rashtrapati Bhavan by more than 80 employees of the Shillong Raj Bhavan, demanding the immediate removal of V Shanmuganathan, Meghalaya Governor. (IE) A five-page letter was sent to the Prime Minister’s Office and to Rashtrapati Bhavan by more than 80 employees of the Shillong Raj Bhavan, demanding the immediate removal of V Shanmuganathan, Meghalaya Governor. (IE)

A five-page letter was sent to the Prime Minister’s Office and to Rashtrapati Bhavan by more than 80 employees of the Shillong Raj Bhavan, demanding the immediate removal of V Shanmuganathan, Meghalaya Governor. The employees have alleged that the Governor’s ‘activities’ have hurt the decorum and prestige of the Raj Bhavan as well as the sentiments of the Raj Bhavan employees.

As reported by the Indian Express, the letter mentioned the activities as seriously compromising the dignity of Raj Bhavan and converting it into a young ladies’ club. The security of the Governor’s house is also being seriously compromised. The employees – from officers to peons – have written in their complaint and about going through severe humiliation, mental stress and torture.

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Meanwhile, a female job aspirant who applied for PRO’s post at Raj Bhavan, has allegedly accused the governor of inappropriate behaviour. She alleged that Shanmuganathan, 68, made advances by hugging and kissing her. However, the governor denied these allegations, saying that women employees of Raj Bhavan were like his daughters and grand-daughters. He said that he wanted to meet the job aspirants before finalising the candidates and that he had not done anything wrong. Declining the allegations that he had made physical overtures or inappropriately complimented the woman, he added that only one person was to be selected and some people who were not selected should not say all these things.

Shanmuganathan is a veteran RSS activist from Tamil Nadu who joined as Governor on May 20, 2015, following which he was also given additional charge of Arunachal Pradesh from September 16, 2016 after JP Rajkhowa was removed. He was also in charge of Manipur from September 2015 to August 2016.

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    abvprasad
    Jan 26, 2017 at 1:34 pm
    Indian Express and Financial Express both of you become a full time Sonia congress Agents. And you cheap fellows can go to any extent to damage the name of a person since he is from Sangh background. Shame on you backward thinking people.
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      joe
      Jan 26, 2017 at 11:17 am
      He was a nobody in TN, but Modi raised him up, so the CBI should investigate and if found guilty that fellow should be clapped in irons and sent to prison. Anyway why should a governor need to personally meet with job aspirants. His IAS officers are capable of doing the selection process. It is beneath his position. All this just when Hangpan Dada is awarded the Ashok Chakra!, Meghalaya is a Christian majority state. Did the Shanmugam think that we Christians are loose in morals.
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        Ramanan
        Jan 26, 2017 at 9:15 am
        1950's-60's: Caste and casteism is the exclusive preserve of these Brahmins. Kick them out, humiliate them, and let us establish Dravida Raj.60's-70's: We will create casteless society with well being for all. Anyway the Brahmins are no longer powerful here and we will never allow those cunning people any place in our politics.70's-80's: We can use them but beware of their cunning nature; we will forge backward caste unity and do good to all80's-90's: These Thevars are rough people; we will do backward caste unity without them and ociated castes90's-2000: let us all get on to the liberalization train and loot India. No point in talking about caste.2000- now: let us rape, loot, terrorize because after all the forward castes have done this for 4000 years. Let us at least know the joys of violence and oppression when done to others.Above is a brief history of the dirty politics of TN
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