Adani Case | Govt doesn’t want Adani issue to be discussed in Parliament, it is scared: Rahul Gandhi




New Delhi: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has targeted the BJP government regarding the Adani case. He said that the government does not want the issue of Adani to be discussed in Parliament, it is scared. He said that we want that there should be a discussion on this and everything should be clear. There has been corruption worth lakhs of crores of rupees. The encroachment on India’s infrastructure should be investigated and the country should also know the power behind Adani ji. Let us tell you that today i.e. on Monday, the Congress protested against the government on the issue of Adani in the whole country.

Rahul Gandhi said that I have been speaking about the government for a long time that ‘Hum Do, Hamare Do’. The government is scared that Adani ji may not be discussed in the Parliament. The government should hold a discussion on this. You people know the reason why this should not be discussed. I have been raising this issue since 2-3 years.

On the other hand, Lok Sabha could not function for the third consecutive day on Monday due to uproar by opposition members demanding discussion in Parliament on the issue related to Adani Group and formation of Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) and after one adjournment. The proceedings were adjourned for the day.

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In the House even today, members of several opposition parties, including the Congress, have demanded constitution of a JPC to investigate the report of ‘Hindenburg Research’ on the Adani group and the developments related to it in the stock market and to discuss this issue in the Parliament. There was a ruckus and the proceedings of the house were adjourned till 11 am on Tuesday after one adjournment.


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