Congress targeted the Prime Minister over the report related to Adani Group

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Party general secretary Jairam Ramesh said that it has to be ensured that taxpayers’ money does not benefit Chinese companies. He posted on ‘X’, “The ‘non-biological’ Prime Minister had defamed the country by saying after the Galwan clash on June 19, 2020 that “neither anyone has entered our border, nor is anyone inside”.

New Delhi: The Congress on Saturday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over reports that the Adani Group has selected eight Chinese companies to help it with its solar manufacturing project. Party general secretary Jairam Ramesh said it must be ensured that taxpayers’ money does not benefit Chinese companies. He posted on ‘X’ that the “non-biological” Prime Minister had defamed the country on June 19, 2020, after the Galwan clash by saying that “no one has entered our border, nor has anyone entered”.

Ramesh quipped that the Prime Minister showed no hesitation in liberally issuing visas to Chinese workers to help one of his “tempowala” friends. Prime Minister Modi had targeted Rahul Gandhi during the Lok Sabha election campaign and said that the former Congress president has stopped “abusing” Adani and Ambani, whether tempos full of money have arrived for the Congress. Ramesh said that the Adani Group has reportedly selected eight Chinese companies to help its solar manufacturing project and has sought special permission to issue visas to 30 Chinese workers.

He claimed, “After promoting several ‘Modani scams’ such as over-invoicing in coal and electrical equipment and illegal stake in Adani Group companies, why would the ‘non-biological Prime Minister not ignore national security concerns in this case to benefit his partner and close friend?’ Ramesh said that these concessions are being given when China has occupied 2,000 square kilometers of Indian territory in eastern Ladakh. He claimed that India’s imports from China have increased from $ 70 billion in 2018-19 to $ 101 billion in 2023-24.

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