Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari has said he wants to be relieved of “all political responsibilities” by way of retirement. He expressed his desire and wish to spend the rest of his life by writing, reading and engaging in “other activities”.
Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari stated that he informed PM Narendra Modi of his wish to be free from “all political responsibilities” during the recent visit of latter to Mumbai.
Koshyari expressed his desire to spend the rest of his life reading, writing, and engaging in “other activities” in a statement issued by Raj Bhavan.
“To serve people of Maharashtra as a Rajya Sevak, it was a source of pride. Because Maharashtra is becing called as the land of people that are filled with number of respected social activists, brave fighters and divinely saints,” Koshyari said.
“I will by no means forget that all the love and respect I have got from the people till my duration.
During the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s recent visit to Mumbai, I expressed to him my desire to be relieved of all political responsibilities and spend the rest of my life reading, writing, and doing other things.
“I have always received the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s love and affection, and I hope to receive the same in this regard,” Koshyari said in a press release.
The news comes just two weeks after Koshyari declared that being governor had brought him nothing but misery. On January 7, he made the remark while speaking to a delegation of Jain spiritual leaders.