Rahul Gandhi sought answer from BJP, said - Who has 20,000 crore rupees in Adani's shell company

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi once again asked the BJP for an answer, saying, BJP should tell that, whose twenty thousand crore rupees are in Adani ji's shell company.

Rahul Gandhi sought answer from BJP, said - Who has 20,000 crore rupees in Adani's shell company

At present, a war of words is going on between Congress and the BJP regarding Adani. The second phase of the budget session of Parliament continues to be disrupted. The forehead of the ruling party BJP is also getting stressed. But Congress and other opposition party leaders are continuously besieging the BJP regarding the JPC probe in the Adani case. After getting relief from the Surat court on April 3, on Tuesday, Rahul Gandhi asked the question of the media that the BJP alleges that the Congress is putting pressure on the judiciary, to which the Congress leader said, why are you saying the same thing every time? Yes, what the BJP is saying. To whom does this Rs 20,000 crore, which is in the shell company of Adani ji, belong to him? It is anonymous, to whom does it belong? Rahul Gandhi said that the BJP should no longer avoid this question, it should be answered.

On 03 April, when Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was going to appeal against the spread in Surat after being convicted in a defamation case on 23 March, the BJP strongly criticized the show of strength of the Congress. Several leaders, including Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, Union Minister Anurag Thakur and BJP MP Ravi Shankar Prasad, in their statements vociferously opposed Congress' show of strength in Surat. Union Minister Kiren Rijiju said that you are doing this to put pressure on the court. BJP MP Ravi Shankar Prasad asked Congress, what it means that the Chief Minister is going to the court. This is starting a new tradition which is unfortunate and shameful. Union Minister Anurag Thakur also taunted that Congress, far from apologizing, is working to create pressure and intimidate. No one went with him when he was 3 years old. Now the Chief Ministers of the state have been relieved of their work and engaged in this work.

In the Modi surname remark case, Rahul Gandhi on Monday challenged in the Sessions Court the sentence awarded by the Magistrate Court of Surat, where he got bail. Now the next hearing will be on 13 April. The court has directed all the parties to file their replies by April 10.

After the court's decision, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted that this is a fight to save democracy against friendship. In this struggle, truth is my weapon, and the truth is my support! After filing an appeal against his conviction, Rahul Gandhi flew back to Delhi from Surat airport.