Union Home Minister Amit Shah talks about Adani row, says BJP has nothing to hide
Amid incessant attacks by the Opposition parties on the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party due to the Hindenburg report about Gautam Adani, Union Home Minister Amit Shah in an exclusive interview with ANI talked about the issue and said that BJP has nothing to hide or fear.
Union Home Minister while talking about the issue highlighted and said that the Supreme Court has taken cognizance of the matter and added that it won’t be appropriate for him to comment. However he added that there is nothing for the BJP to hide and nothing to be afraid of.
The statement by the Home Minister comes in the wake of a huge rift between the Centre and the Opposition parties. The Opposition parties in parliament have time and time again raised the issues about the Hindenburg report about Gautam Adani and targeted the Modi government in favouring the businessman and the Adani group.
The opposition parties, in the parliament, have also raised questions about the investment of LIC and public sector banks in the Adani group.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi recently delivered a speech in the Parliament and questioned the relationship between the business typhoon and the Prime Minister of India. The Union Home Minister, when asked about his views about Rahul Gandhi’s speech in the parliament which was primarily about the Adani issue, said that it is for the Congress leader and his speech writers to decide what he wants to speak about.
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However, Shah, reacting to the allegations of crony capitalism by Rahul Gandhi, said that nobody has been able to level such allegations against the BJP till date. Amit Shah further claimed and said that when the Congress were in power, investigative agencies from CAG or CBI had registered cases in cases of corruption and added that there were scams of Rs 12 lakh crore.
Home Minister Amit Shah while talking about the allegations of BJP capturing institutions, said and urged the Opposition parties to go to court and added that the Court is not influenced by the BJP. The BJP leader also raked up the issue of Pegasus and said that at that time he had urged the opposition to approach the court with proof. Shah added and said that the Opposition only knows how to make noise.
The Centre on Monday agreed to the Supreme Court’s suggestion to constitute an expert-level panel to look into the allegations levelled by Hindenburg against the Adani group and protect the investors.
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