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Rahul Gandhi Challenges Adani Group Amidst Opposition’s INDIA Alliance Meeting

Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, attacked the Adani group over the OCCRP report and questioned the role of Gautam Adani’s brother, Vinod Adani, during a press conference this evening. The heads of about 28 political parties are anticipated to attend the two-day Opposition-led INDIA alliance meeting in Mumbai, which begins today. Gandhi further requested that the Adani situation be thoroughly investigated by a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC). Gandhi questioned SEBI’s probe into the matter and claimed that the person who cleared Adani is now a director at NDTV, casting doubt on the agency’s work.

In the meantime, Sambit Patra, a BJP spokesperson, made fun of the partnership this morning, labelling it a “selfish alliance” with the goal of “maximum profit from corruption.” He also drew a comparison between the current administration with ISRO’s most recent Moon mission, “Chandrayaan-3,” whose rover “is already working on development.” He told the news agency ANI that the Congress party’s missile will not take off because it was out of fuel.

The Maha Vikas Aghadi parties held a press conference on Wednesday, the day before the INDIA alliance’s third meeting in Mumbai. Shiv Sena (UBT) chief Uddhav Thackeray said that while the parties in the combine have various ideologies, they are all motivated by the same desire to preserve the nation and the Constitution. Sharad Pawar, the leader of the NCP, stated that the alliance will serve as a different arena for bringing about change in the nation. The purpose of the meeting is to lay the groundwork for the anti-BJP alliance.The release of a logo, the selection of coordinators, and the completion of the grouping’s formal architecture are all on the agenda. During the two-day gathering, opposition leaders will gather before Friday’s formal session to make crucial decisions, including one regarding seat-sharing.

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