All India Congress Committee spokesperson Akhilesh Pratap Singh said that the central government has surrendered to Adani.
He said that this is the first time in the history of the country that serious allegations have been leveled against a Prime Minister in the Parliament for selling the country’s wealth to a single person and giving undue benefits to someone contrary to the rules, and the Prime Minister is far from answering those allegations.
In a democracy, it is the responsibility of the government to answer the questions of the opposition inside the parliament, Modi did not fulfill it.
Talking to reporters at the Congress headquarters Rajiv Bhawan, Akhilesh Pratap Singh said that the questions asked by senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the Parliament regarding Adani were removed from the proceedings of the Parliament.
He said that the way the country’s economy has been hit after the Hindon class report is a matter of great concern. He said that how did a person who was on the 609th rank of Amiri in 2014 become number two in seven years.
He said that all this has been possible due to the connivance of Adani and Prime Minister Modi. He said that before the last elections, the Prime Minister changed the rules and gave six airports to Adani at once, in addition to this many ports and other companies were also sold to him. He said that the central government first raids a company and then Adani buys those companies.
He said that the entire central government is not working for the common people but only for Adani. He said that the government is on mute mode and Adani is on loot mode. Modi has put oil in his ears and the voice of the country is not reaching him.
Akhilesh Pratap said that Congress will raise the voice of the people against this corruption taking place in the country, demanding that the media across the country investigate Adani’s funding from foreign countries and his funding in the purchase of the country’s companies. He said that this would be a big issue in the next year’s general elections in the country.