Opposition blames the government for the parliamentary gridlock.

Many opposition parties accused the government on Monday of stalling Parliament and diverting attention away from the opposition’s demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) investigation into the Adani problem.

Opposition leaders from the Congress, DMK, RJD, CPI-M, CPI, NCP, JDU, AAP, and Shiv Sena met in the morning in the chamber of Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge at Parliament House complex to coordinate their strategy on demand for a JPC into the Adani problem.

They later spoke to the media following the first adjournment of both houses.

Addressing to reporters outside Parliament House, Congress deputy leader in Rajya Sabha Pramod Tiwari alleged that nothing occurs in the BJP unless the prime minister gives the order.

He stated that our request for a JPC has not been accepted despite many tries. “Why is the government avoiding JPC…?” “The BJP is fleeing the JPC, diverting attention, and preventing Parliament from functioning,” he claimed.

“We have sworn that till the time JPC is not created, we will not budge and continue with our campaign. “This is for the people, not the leaders,” Tiwari stated.

“You may continue with the ‘police Raj,’ but it indicates dictatorship. “This appears to be only a trailer for tyranny, and the true dictatorship is still to come,” he charged.

“The Modi Government’s adamant reluctance to allow the Opposition to raise its absolutely valid demand for a JPC into the PM-linked Adani ‘Maha Mega Scam’ has resulted in the adjournment of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha this morning until 2 pm,” AICC general secretary Jairam Ramesh tweeted. Tiwari also criticised the way cops illegally assembled around Rahul Gandhi’s home on Sunday.

He stated that the ED and other government agencies had harassed several opposition figures. “We are merely requesting a JPC probe into the biggest swindle into the Adani issue and how rules were flouted to hand over all the assets of the country to him. “This is not the first time a JPC will be formed, as this is a very ‘huge scam’ in independent India,” he said.

Ram Gopal Yadav of the Samajwadi Party stated if a JPC probe is launched, then the actual perpetrators will come out, and the BJP will stand “exposed”.

“We are seeing for the first time that the administration has made no statement at a time when the people are concerned about such a critical subject. People’s money in banks is on the point of being ‘squandered’. “The administration is still mute,” he claimed.

BRS leader K Keshava Rao stated that we have been demanding an investigation into the Adani issue since the beginning of the Budget session.

“We are dissatisfied with the Supreme Court investigation. Adani (Group) has acquired a number of businesses. We seek a JPC investigation. It’s a political ruse. This isn’t just a controversy or a swindle; it’s much more. “It will impact the economy and people’s money,” he stated.

“We are not asking for anything in return, and if there is any uncertainty, let us go to some trustworthy agency, and JPC is one,” he stated.

A Raja of the DMK asked that the “PM should appear to Parliament and should give explanations to the nation”.

According to Elamaram Kareem of the CPI, the prime minister and home minister are “afraid” of holding a debate in Parliament and would not comply to their proposal. “They (the BJP) are in charge of the adjournments. We will continue to press for a JPC investigation into the Adani case. We will not back down from our demand. The government is attempting to divert attention, and we will not allow it to do so,” he stated.

Priyanka Chaturvedi of the Shiv Sena (UBT) stated that for the first time, the Shiv Sena (UBT) is seeking ruling party MPs in order to create roadblocks in Parliament. “We want a dialogue and a JPC on the Adani issue,” she stated.

The opposition has been blocking Parliament on the Adani issue by requesting a JPC investigation.

The government has stated that the Supreme Court has investigated the problem, which has formed a committee to investigate it.

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