“BJP Has Nothing To Hide Or Be Afraid Of”: Amit Shah On Adani Row

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has stated that it will not be appropriate for him to comment given that the Supreme Court has taken cognizance of the matter and that there is nothing “for the BJP to hide or be afraid of” despite the opposition targeting the BJP-led government over the Hindenburg-Adani controversy.

“The Supreme Court has taken cognizance of the matter. As a minister, if the Supreme Court is seized of the matter, it is not right for me to comment. But in this, there is nothing for the BJP to hide and nothing to be afraid of,” Shah said in an exclusive interview with ANI.

With the Congress and other opposition parties accusing the government of favouritism and crony capitalism, the Hindenburg-Adani issue has escalated into a significant political controversy. They brought up the matter during the parliament’s budget session and demanded an investigation by a joint parliamentary committee.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also come under attack from the opposition parties, on this matter.

They have requested clarification on the LIC and other public sector banks’ investments in the Adani group. The government has denied the accusations, and PSUs and regulatory agencies have released comments stating that they adhere to the rules and carry out their responsibilities.

Following Hindenburg’s report on the Adani Group, the Center notified the Supreme Court on Monday that SEBI has agreed to form a committee to safeguard investor interests.

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