Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi government in Adani case, alleges corruption of crores, demands discussion in Parliament


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 continued for the day Adjourned for Here the former Congress President regarding this matter Rahul Gandhi Has made a big attack on the Narendra Modi government at the Center. He also alleged corruption worth lakhs of crores of rupees.

Modi government running away from debate on Adani

Rahul Gandhi Attacking the Narendra Modi government, he said, the Narendra Modi government is running away from the debate in Parliament regarding Adani ji’s case. He said, the central government does not want to allow discussion on this issue in the Parliament. The people of the country should know which power is working behind Adani. Rahul Gandhi also alleged corruption worth lakhs of crores in the Adani case. He said, the government will try its best that there is no discussion on the Adani issue in the Parliament. The government should allow discussion on this in Parliament.

Uproar in Parliament over Adani case

In the House even today, members of many opposition parties including the Congress Adani Group On the issue of ‘Hindenburg Research’ report and the developments related to it in the stock market, there was an uproar over the demand to set up a JPC and to discuss this issue in the Parliament, and after a one-time adjournment, the proceedings of the House were resumed on Tuesday morning. Adjourned till 11 o’clock. After a one-time adjournment, the meeting of the house started at 2 pm, then the presiding chairman, Kirit Solanki, presented the necessary papers. Meanwhile, members of the opposition parties, including the Congress, came near the seat raising slogans.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi appealed to the opposition members to allow the House to run

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi also appealed to the opposition members to allow discussion on the motion of thanks on the President’s address, saying that the members (on the Adani issue) who want to speak, can speak in the discussion on the motion of thanks. Joshi said that the time of the Parliament is valuable, so the members should go to their place and start the discussion and the government is ready to answer.


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