News Daily Digital Desk: No one will be exempted if there is corruption, Union Minister of State Amit Shah opened his mouth on the issue of Adani Group. Parliament has been in turmoil for several days over the Adani issue. Since the publication of the Hindenburg report, the opposition, including the Congress, has been demanding an investigation. In this situation, the Union Minister of Home Affairs claims that CBI and ED are conducting an impartial investigation in this matter.
Amit Shah attended an all-India press event on Friday. He claimed that out of the current corruption investigations, only two are from the BJP government, while the remaining cases are from the UPA era. He taunted the Congress, “During the 2017 assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, a senior leader of the Congress said that if they are condoning corruption, then there should be an investigation.” “He is the one crying now because the Central Investigation Agency has stepped in,” Shah said.
[আরও পড়ুন: ভিন্দ্রানওয়ালের স্মৃতি উসকে ফের অশান্ত পাঞ্জাব, কেন শুরু হয়েছিল খলিস্তানি আন্দোলন?]
According to Shah, the opponents are shouting without going to the court. He said, “I want to know from the people if there should be an investigation if there is a corruption complaint against someone.” After that, he said, except for two cases, the rest are from the UPA period. Shah claimed that during the 10-year UPA rule, there was corruption of Tk 12 lakh crore.
[আরও পড়ুন: রাহুলের পাশে দাঁড়ানোয় মহুয়া মৈত্রকে ‘নগরবধূ’ বলে আক্রমণ, বিতর্কে বিজেপি বিধায়ক]
Amit Shah’s comments on the Adani issue, “The Supreme Court has formed a two-member committee with retired judges. Submit whatever evidence you have to them (judges). No one will be exempted if he commits corruption. Everyone should have faith in the judiciary. The Supreme Court directed SEBI to continue the investigation.”
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