New Delhi: Demonstrations were held across the country on behalf of the Congress party demanding a parliamentary joint committee inquiry into the Adani issue.
The Congress party has already announced that a protest will be held in front of the LIC Head Office / State Bank of India branch in the district capitals today (Feb 6) regarding the Adani issue. Accordingly, demonstrations were held today in various parts of the country including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad and Jammu.
GP in Chennai A large number of people participated in the protest held in front of the LIC regional office on the road. Carrying the Congress party flag in their hands, they raised slogans. They demanded that the Adani case be ordered to be investigated by a joint parliamentary committee or under the supervision of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Similarly, the Congress party protested in front of the SBI Bank branch in Mumbai. At that time, they raised slogans while holding a cartoon image accusing the central government of excessive investment in Adani by public sector companies LIC and SBI. They insisted that there was malpractice in the matter and an investigation was necessary to bring it out.
Similarly, Congress members staged a sit-in protest in front of the SBI Bank branch in Hyderabad. This matter also resonated in Parliament today. Due to this, both Houses of Parliament were adjourned till 2 PM. Earlier, opposition parties including the Congress staged a demonstration in front of the Gandhi statue in the Parliament complex.
In this demonstration led by Congress leader Mallikarjuna Kharge, members of parliament p. Chidambaram, D. R. Balu, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, K.C. Venugopal and others participated. Speaking then, Mallikarjuna Kharge said, “We have given a notice to hold a debate in Parliament regarding the Adani issue. We are ready to discuss it. Likewise, we are ready to hold a debate on the President’s speech. But before that, Prime Minister Narendra Modi should give an explanation in Parliament regarding the Adani issue. But the government does not want the Adani issue to be questioned or discussed in Parliament. They want to somehow avoid this issue. They are being careful that this matter should not be reported in Parliament,” he alleged.