Adani-Hindenburg Row: Opposition parties are constantly demanding formation of a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to investigate the Adani-Hindenburg case. In retaliation, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has now broken his silence. Shah said that the Supreme Court has already taken cognizance of the matter and constituted an inquiry committee.
Amit Shah said in India Today Conclave 2023 that our government has no confusion on this matter. What we are saying is that the Supreme Court has constituted a committee to investigate this and people should trust the judicial process. Shah said that if anyone has evidence, it should be presented before the Supreme Court committee. He also assured that no one should be spared if something goes wrong.
The deadlock will be resolved if the opposition talks
Shah said that the current deadlock in Parliament can be resolved if the opposition comes for talks. if the opposition "two steps ahead" If the government increases "two steps ahead" Will increase Shah also said that there are some issues that are above politics and even former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi refused to discuss domestic politics on foreign soil.
‘Both sides need to talk to each other’
Shah said let the presidents of both the parties (BJP and Congress) sit in front and discuss. They should come two steps ahead and we will take two steps ahead. Then the Parliament will start functioning but you just hold press conferences and do nothing, it cannot go on like this. The Home Minister said that the parliamentary system cannot be run by only the ruling party or only the opposition as both have to talk to each other.
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