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Congress aggressive on Adani Hindenburg issue, protests continue across the country demanding JPC inquiry. Congress Party plans to intensify protest over Adani-JPC probe in Hindenburg on Rahul Gandhi’s parliament issueNews WAALI

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The Congress has been vocal about the Adani-Hindenburg issue and together with the other opposition parties, the party has been demanding an investigation by the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) into the matter.

New Delhi: in the parliament The Adani-Hindenburg dispute And there is a controversy regarding Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s recent statement in London. The Speaker of the Lok Sabha to allow the proceedings of the Senate to run properly Om Birla A Congress-led meeting on Monday sought the expulsion of Union Ministers Rajnath Singh and Prahlad Joshi from the Lok Sabha for their comments against Rahul Gandhi and the Adani-Hindenburg case. joint parliamentary committee (JPC) out demanding an investigation. Many of the opposition parties, including the Congress, are also demanding an inquiry by the JPC.

The Congress is protesting all over the country on these issues, for which it has broad support. Yesterday, on Monday, a march was taken by hundreds of workers and party leaders against the central government to the State Governor’s House.

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Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said in Delhi, “If we talk about democracy in any college, we are called traitors. In Korea, Modi had condemned whatever happened in the country in 70 years. In Canada, he said he is cleaning up the mess that has been spread. ” He said, “There is no rule of law and democracy under Modi’s rule. They run the country as a dictatorship and then talk about democracy. He also said that he was not given even two minutes to speak in the Rajya Sabha.

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The leaders of the parties claimed that the protest will continue regarding their demand by the parliamentary committee and the price increase. The Congress leader said on the condition of anonymity, “If the government does not accept our demand for a JPC, then we do not expect that the proceedings of the House will be able to run smoothly for the next few days.”

Congress leader and Lok Sabha MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and DMK leader TR Baalu ​​walked out of the Business Advisory Committee meeting in an unprecedented decision after the two leaders did not get a chance to speak in the Lok Sabha. Later, Congress leader Adhir wrote a letter to Speaker Om Birla demanding the removal of Rajnath Singh and Prahlad Joshi’s comments.

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Rajnath Singh had said in the Lok Sabha that Rahul Gandhi’s comments on Indian democracy and Parliament in London “should be condemned by all the members of the House and he should be asked to apologize before the House”.

Similarly, Joshi referred to an incident in 2013 where Rahul Gandhi called the UPA government’s ordinance “total nonsense” and said, “Who were the people who stopped fundamental rights during Emergency? When he tore up an ordinance passed under the leadership of Manmohan Singh, Sharad Pawar, Pranab Mukherjee and called it nonsense, where was the democracy then?”

In his letter, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary referred to Rule 352 and referred to Rule 353. In accordance with rule 353, no allegation of a defamatory or objectionable nature shall be made by a member against any other member unless adequate notice has been given. to advance on his behalf.” He wrote, “The two ministers made baseless comments against our leader without any prior warning. Not only this, his party members were given no opportunity to refute the allegations.

Meanwhile, on Monday, thousands of Congress workers in Maharashtra, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Assam marched to the governor’s office in the respective states. In at least three of these states (Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Assam), the police used security forces to disperse the demonstrations.

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