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Calling dire need for JBC probe in Adani issue Cong’s Gopal Tiwari disagrees with Sharad Pawar on the same


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Pune: Senior Congress leader and Congress Spokesperson Gopaldada Tiwari Saturday expressed disagreement in the views of NCP supremo Sharad Pawar who had said in a interview that Joint Parliament committee probe does not have much benefitted the opposition since there will be majority of the members from ruling party.

Tiwari said all the opposition party in the country are demanding JPC probe of Adani scam to bring truth before country of Adani scam and there should be single opinions of all opposition party whether be it NCP or other.

Mr Tiwari said he does not agree with NCP chief views in regards to JPC prove which he ( pawar) had said in an interview to a private Channel that it prove will not make much impact.

Mr Tiwari alleged that Modi government is scared of this inquiry despite all opposition party are demanding from last many days of JPC probe of Adani scam.

The Sr Congress leader Tiwari said, “Money flowing into Adani Group, from bogus shell companies” and needs to be known. He said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi demanding to make a proper inquiry that who had invested 20 thousands crore to Adani Group? This investment involves a citizen of China, his name should be known to public, but Modi government has always favoured Adani who have ruined the country, Tiwari added.

Mr Tiwari said BJP should remember that Even during the Modi wave in the country in 2014 and after that in 2019, the Congress has remained the number 2 party after the BJP.

Mr Tiwari said After the Modi government came to power at the Center (2014), the Congress came to seven states and all this popular recognition was achieved under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. This is also a symbol of Rahul Gandhi’s credibility among the people of the country, Tiwari added.

Mr Tiwari further said Keeping that credibility and the responsibility of the opposition party in view of the country’s interest, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi continued asking the question from Ruling party on issues of many burning issues “Whether it is the corona crisis in the country, the collapse of the constitution, social harmony and sovereignty, China’s intrusion, demonetisation, unemployment, black money, corruption, rising inflation or financial calamities.

Mr Tiwari also criticized the BJP on the ED inquiry on Sonia Gandhi and said people of the country have seen that how Rahul Gandhi was tortured by BJP government. The ED had continuously made inquiry of Congress leader like 48-72 hours for many days but nothing has come to their hand , Tiwari alleged.

Tiwari said the records of Justice Nagchandra in the decision of demonetisation are not giving 100 percent clean chit.. This reality is in front of the countrymen. The Hindenburg’s report on Adani Group, he said 80 questions were not answered and Hindenburg has also accepted the challenge of Adani’s ‘defamation case’.

Hindenburg also said there is evidence in it. Though, the NCP Chief Sharad Pawar today clarified his stand over Adani Group prove through JPC, Mr Pawar said NCP joined with demand of opposition about JPC probe on Adani Group in Parliament, but said that it is not clear that how much truth will come out since majority of members in JPC will be from ruling party.

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