Opposition should listen to Sharad Pawar on Adani issue, Eknath Shinde on JPC, Uddhav and target on Congress

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Thane: Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde hit out at the Congress and Shiv Sena, calling them to pay attention to what NCP chief Sharad Pawar said on the Adani issue. In fact, the US-based Hindenburg Research had accused billionaire Gautam Adani’s business group of massive rigging in shares and accounting. After which other opposition parties including Congress are attacking the central government. The Adani group has denied these allegations. In an interview with a private channel, Pawar defended the Adani group and criticized the narrative being created on the basis of the Hindenburg Research report. He had said, “Earlier also such statements were made by some others and due to these there was disruption in Parliament for a few days, but this time the issue is being blown out of proportion.”

Pawar had said, “The issues that were raised, who raised them, we have never heard of these people who made statements, what is (their) background?” When they raise such issues, which create ruckus in the country, then the country’s economy has to pay for it. We cannot ignore these things. It appears that this is done purposefully.

Sharad Pawar must have said thoughtfully
After a program in Kalyan on Friday night, Shinde said, “The Congress has started an agitation demanding an explanation of Rs 20,000 crore in the Adani group. Even Uddhav Thackeray has continuously given statements on this issue. Now Pawar has made a comment, so those who are protesting should heed his comment. The Chief Minister said that Pawar is a very senior leader and he would have spoken only after a lot of study, so those who are protesting should clarify their stand. Shinde was targeting Congress and Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray). Which is a constituent party with NCP in Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA). Prior to the Eknath Shinde-led government, the MVA was in power in Maharashtra.

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