Adani-Hindenburg Row: AAP Demands Probe By Joint Parliamentary Committee

New Delhi: Amid the ongoing row over the allegations levelled by Hindenburg’s report on Adani group, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday slammed the centre and demanded a probe by a joint parliamentary committee.

AAP leader Sanjay Singh while addressing a press conference said “Cores of people who have invested their money in LIC are worried today because of Adani’s corruption due to which investors of the country lost their Rs 4.50 Lakhs crore.”

Talking about the allegations, he said “Adani opened fraud companies and buy his shares of his own through these fraud companies. Today he owes Rs 2.50 lakhs cr. SBI has given huge loans to Adani,”.

He further slammed the government and added “PM Modi ji should come forward and tell how it became possible. We demand for a joint parliamentary committee probe to investigate the entire fraud,”. He also questioned the Centre’s being “silent” over this matter.

She further added “Where are CBI, ED, and Income Tax department? Why is our government silent on this entire matter? We raise the issue also in Parliament. The country should know the truth about this financial fraud after its complete investigation,”.

Earlier, AAP boycotted President Droupadi Murmu’s address to the joint sitting of both houses of Parliament on Tuesday, calling her speech “a bundle of false promises and false claims by the Narendra Modi Government.”

 (With Agency Inputs)

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