Stalin, led by the leaders of the team … Modi, Amit Shah shock!

It is as if we, the Congress, have been a little swayed by the Congress in privatizing public sector companies. The management of airports in the country is outsourced by the Central Government to the private sector on a long-term basis.

In February 2020, the Central Government approved the privatization of Lucknow, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Mangalore, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram airports. Adani acquired the rights to manage those airports through an auction.

Similarly, airports in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore are already privately owned. Following this, the central government plans to privatize all 25 airports in the country, including Chennai and Kozhikode, by 2025, thereby raising Rs 10,000 crore.

States including Tamil Nadu, Kerala and West Bengal have strongly opposed the central government’s decision. Mainly Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin has been strongly opposed to this move by the central government.

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‘The federal government is privatizing the airports in the country. When the state government gives the land to the private sector, the state government has to give a certain share of the revenue, ‘Stalin has been urging the central government.

Stalin’s view was welcomed by non – BJP states. The Jharkhand state government has openly supported Stalin in this matter.

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In this context, the next GST Council meeting is likely to be held in Chennai. Stalin is likely to consult with non-BJP opposition ministers attending the meeting with finance ministers from the ruling states on action against the central government. It seems that the airport issue will be the main focus then.

Sources in Delhi said BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, were a bit shocked to learn that Stalin, the chief minister of the opposition-ruling states, had rallied.