Opposition demands JPC investigation in Adani row

New Delhi: Opposition parties today, February 6, protested near the Gandhi statue outside Parliament and demanded a Joint Parliament Committe (JPC) probe or Supreme Court-monitored investigation into the Hindenburg-Adani row.

Opposition parties have determined that they will ask for an adjournment motion in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to discuss the issue. They  have accordingly decided to discuss no business other than the Adani issue in the parliament," sources said.

To plan a strategy for the Adani-Hindenburg dispute and other issues, opposition parties gathered in the chamber of the leader of the opposition, Mallikarjun Kharge, in Parliament.

Congress, DMK, NCP, BRS, JD(U), SP, CPM, CPI, Kerala Cong (Jose Mani), JMM, RLD, RSP, AAP, IUML, RJD, and Shiv Sena were present at the meeting.

On January 24, a report by the US-based Hindenburg Research surfaced, asserting that the Adani Group had weak economic fundamentals and was, among other things, engaged in stock manipulation and accounting fraud.
The revelation sparked a sell-off of all Adani Group firms' shares.

Congress will organise a nationwide protest against the alleged Adani scam today in front of Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) offices and State Bank of India (SBI) branches.

Even though other opposition parties are supporting the Congress on the Adani issue, it remains to be seen if organisations like the Bharat Rashtra Samithi, Aam Aadmi Party, and Trinamool Congress, which are frequently spotted together in meetings, will actually participate in the Congress demonstration or simply offer moral support.

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