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Kharge e-mails it: Leaders of 16 opposition parties, including the Congress, marched towards the ED headquarters on Wednesday demanding an inquiry into the allegations against the Adani Group.

War against Adani from Parliament to Vega... Kharge did post updates when he was stopped giving letters

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New Delhi: the leader of the assembly Mallikarjun Kharge today i.e. on Wednesday Enforcement agency Sent letter to (ED). As leaders of 16 opposition parties demanded immediate action over allegations of fraud against the Adani group after they were barred from personally appearing before the federal agency. The police deployed additional forces and set up barricades from the Parliament House to the ED office to stop the march to the leaders. Section 144 was imposed near the campus, which prohibits gathering of more than four people.

Meanwhile, as soon as the session began, another clash broke out between the Congress and Rahul. The BJP once again demanded an apology for Gandhi’s speech in London. All opposition parties, including the Congress, created a ruckus and demanded a JPC probe into the Adani-Hindenburg report.

Know what has happened so far in 10 levels

  1. Congress leader Kharge, who is leading the march, said that the government does not want the opposition to demand a probe into the Adani case, so the police did not allow us to go to the ED office. Let the opposition party leaders meet Kharge in his office to discuss coordination of their policies on this issue.
  2. The opposition attacked the government over threats to Adani group SBI and LIC and demanded a parliamentary committee inquiry against it.
  3. The Congress leader said that LIC, State Bank and many other banks have been ruined because of the Modi government. The accumulated capital of all people’s lives was given to one man. Because of that, his wealth rose to 13 million ISK.
  4. Kharge said that the relationship between Adani and Modi should be investigated. Meanwhile, the opposition parties also leveled several serious allegations against the Adani group in three pages, including shell companies and money laundering. Opposition leaders hit out and said the ED cannot turn away from its jurisdiction.
  5. Congress, Communist Party of India, Marxist Communist Party, Janata Dal (United), Shiv Sena (UBT), Rashtriya Janata Dal, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, Aam Aadmi Party, Indian Union Muslim League and many other parties have signed the letter.
  6. Before the session began, Congress Speaker Kharge held a meeting with 16 opposition parties in the Assembly Hall at around 10:30 am. All parties have agreed to put pressure on the government by demanding that the JPC investigate the Hindenburg-Adani report.
  7. Addressing the Centre, the Congress leader said the government sent 2,000 policemen to stop 200 MPs. He said that Modi talks about democracy but peaceful protests have also been stopped.
  8. MPs Mamta Banerjee and Sharad Pawar did not participate in this protest march.When the house resumed at 2 am, the commotion on these issues began.
  9. Regarding the ED-CBI action in the Adani case, Mamta Banerjee’s party is protesting differently than some other opposition parties. According to TMC leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay, whether it is the ruling party or the main opposition party, both are against each other. That’s why we’re doing it differently.
  10. Ever since the release of the Hindenburg report, the opposition has continuously attacked the Adani Group and Prime Minister Modi. Hindenburg had leveled several allegations against the Adani Group, including fraudulent transactions and manipulation of share prices.
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