New Delhi. Whereas, on the one hand, the opposition is continually creating an uproar in the country over the Adani-Hindenburg issue. At the same time, Union Home Minister Amit Shah also broke his silence on this matter. Here, on the opposition’s demand to form a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to investigate this dispute, Amit Shah has now said that the Supreme Court has already taken up the matter and the court itself has also formed an inquiry committee. He also now said that if something bad has happened, no one should be forgiven.
Significantly, in a private TV channel programme, Union Minister Amit Shah said that the government is under no illusions about this dispute. The Supreme Court has set up a separate investigative committee to investigate the Adani-Hindenburg case. Now people should trust the country’s judicial process.” He clearly stated that, “if anyone has evidence related to this matter, then it should be brought before the Supreme Court committee”.
Amit Shah further said, “If something bad has happened, no one should be forgiven in this matter.” He also said that “the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has already informed the Supreme Court that it is conducting an internal investigation into the matter.”
In this program, Amit Shah clearly stated that the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will also form his government in the year 2024 and Narendra Modi will become the Prime Minister of the country for the third time in a row. He further said that after the arrival of the Modi government, the three major issues of Jammu and Kashmir, the northeast and the Naxalite issue have been largely resolved so far.
Regarding the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, Amit Shah made it clear that “the public will decide who will be the next prime minister of the country. I have visited all parts of the country and I have realized that BJP will form the next government of the country and Modi will become the Prime Minister of the country for the third time in a row. He further said: “This will be the first time since 1970, when a Prime Minister will be elected for a third consecutive term. We will get more than 303 seats in 2024 Lok Sabha Election.