All India’s wealth has gone to ‘one person’, Mallikarjun Kharge criticizes Center in Gautam Adani

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On February 11, Congress Speaker Mallikarjun Kharge criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and claimed that all the country’s wealth had been concentrated in the hands of one individual in recent years.

Kharge accused the saffron party of making false promises and telling lies to the people of this country, describing the BJP leadership as a “bunch of liars.” Kharge said: “Every time we raised our voice for poor people, it was stifled by the ruling party.”

Congress and other opposition parties have claimed that, by rejecting the need for a bipartisan investigation, Modi’s government is attempting to cover Adani ahead of a series of state elections in 2023 and federal elections in early 2024.

“A man, whose wealth was $1 Lakh crore in 2019, has become 13 lakh crore in the last 2.5 years. The wealth of the entire nation has gone to one hand. We have raised this issue in Parliament. Instead of giving answers, they (the government) called it anti-parliamentary,” said Kharge in Jharkhand’s Pakur district, referring to Gautam Adani, chairman of Adani Group.

“If anyone talks about honesty. If anyone leads them to the truth, they send him to jail. Modi ji and Shah ji are very strong in ‘Todh and Phodh’. They have formed many Todh and Phodh Sarkars,” Kharge said.

Criticizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kharge said: “Where is freedom of speech? Is it not in Parliament? It is not outside Parliament.”

Prime Minister Modi’s immense popularity is unaffected by the biggest political attack against him in years, according to approval ratings released on February 10. The opposition has accused the Modi administration of bestowing undue favors on the Adani Group.

To demand an investigation into the business conglomerate formed by Gautam Adani, which has lost more than $110 billion in market value following a critical report by a US short seller on January 24, opposition parties blocked parliament for three days starting last week. .

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