A new intervening application has been submitted in the Supreme Court requesting the formation of a fresh expert committee comprising individuals with unblemished integrity and no conflicts of interest in the matter related to the Hindenburg report
On Thursday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi stated that a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) should probe reports that Adani family associates invested "hundreds of millions" in the company through opaque investment funds based in Mauritius (Pic/Pradeep Dhivar)
Congress party workers on Monday staged protest outside State Bank of India (SBI) office in Mumbai over Adani issue. Recently, a US short-selling firm Hindenburg Research had put out a report alleging Adani group’s businesses have engaged in fraud and stock price manipulation (Pics/Shadab Khan)
During a press conference on April 08, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar attacked the government over various issues prevailing in the country and said that other than Ambani-Adani, issues like unemployment, price hike need to be discussed. He said, “Nowadays names of Ambani-Adani are being taken (to criticise the government) but we need to think about their contribution to the country. I think other issues like unemployment, price rise, and farmers’ issues are more important.”
In a fresh attack, BJP has accused Congress of pressurising judiciary over Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification case. The attack came after Rahul Gandhi reached the Surat court along with several party leaders. Notably, the court convicted Rahul Gandhi in “Modi surname” case, sentencing him for two years. Now, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi answered on BJP allegations and raked up Adani issue to target Centre.
Opposition party leaders on March 15 took out a protest march against the Central Government over Adani row. Opposition MPs began their march from Parliament to ED office to submit a memorandum over Adani issue. The opposition is demanding formation of Joint Parliamentary Committee to address the Adani-Hindenburg issue.
The Supreme Court on March 2 asked SEBI to complete an investigation into Hindenburg’s allegations against Adani Group within two months. It also ordered constituting an expert committee to review regulatory mechanism in view of the falling share prices of Adani firms triggered by the Hindenburg allegations. Business tycoon Gautam Adani on March 2 welcomed the decision and tweeted. Meanwhile, Aam Admi Party Leader Sanjay Singh, also commented on the issue.
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