Budget Session: The budget session of Parliament will be resumed on Wednesday to discuss Adani issue. Leaders of 18 opposition parties geared up to corner the central government on Adani case.
There may be discussion on a proposal for a letter that all MPs would sign. Moreover, a march to the Enforcement Directorate office may be suggested. On January 24, a worrying report from the US-based short-seller company Hindenburg Research surfaced, saying that the Adani Group had weak economic fundamentals and was, among other things, engaged in stock manipulation and accounting fraud.
There was a lot of uproar in both the Houses of Parliament over this demand for the last two days. The session was adjourned for the day due to the uproar.
While the BJP is adamant on demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi, the opposition is continuously besieging the Center on the issue of Adani. If official sources are to be believed, the leaders of the opposition will once again hold a meeting before the start of today’s proceedings. In which leaders of 18 opposition parties will participate. In which a strategy can be made for foot march till ED and CBI office.
Tharoor opines over Rahul’s apology
On the other hand, BJP has been demanding an apology for Rahul Gandhi’s statement in Parliament for two consecutive days. In this matter, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor said that Rahul did not say anything in Cambridge University that needed an apology. The Prime Minister has given more statements abroad than Rahul. Such discussions abroad have been initiated by the BJP, not by the Congress.
Jairam Ramesh targets PM
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said that the Modi government is not allowing the united opposition to even demand a JPC for the Adani scam related to the PM. As a result of which there is a continuous deadlock in the Parliament. This is the only issue. Rest of what is happening is being done by BJP and their allies to divert attention.
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