The Governor of the Indian state of Meghalaya, resigned because of a sex scandal

The Governor of the Indian state of Meghalaya VI Shanmuganathan lost his post after the staff of his official residence, has written a petition to President Pranab Mukherjee. On Friday, January 27, reports The Indian Awaaz.

A five-page document demanding the resignation of 67-year-old officer, also addressed to Prime Minister Narendra modi, signed by 80 people.

The staff, in particular, said that Shanmuganathan abused them. According to them, he was “rude, arrogant, impulsive, and deceitful”, were subjected to various humiliation, stress and even torture.

In addition, the Governor, as the document says, “has turned his official residence into a club for young ladies.” “Women come and go on the direct orders of the Governor. Many of them have direct access to his bedroom,” said the staff residence.

As marks “Bi-bi-si”, the media repeatedly reported the harassment VI of Shanmuganathan to women who take jobs in the administration of the state of Meghalaya.