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'BJP Has Nothing To Be Afraid Of': Union Minister Amit Shah On Adani-Hindenburg Row

In a recent interview with a media publication, Amit Shah said that despite all allegations against the Centre, following the Adani-Hindenburg row, there is nothing for the 'BJP to be afraid of'. 

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said that it would not be appropriate for him to make any comment on the Adani-Hindenburg row since the matter has been currently pending before the Supreme Court. 

In a recent interview with ANI, Shah said that despite all allegations there is nothing for the "BJP to be afraid of". 

"The Supreme Court has taken cognizance of the matter. As a minister, if the Supreme Court is seized of the matter it is not right for me to comment. But in this, there is nothing for the BJP to hide and nothing to be afraid of," Shah said in an exclusive interview with ANI.

The Hindenburg-Adani row has turned into a major political controversy with the Congress and other opposition parties making allegations of favouritism and crony capitalism against the government. They raised the issue during the budget session of parliament demanding a joint parliamentary committee probe.

Leaders of 14 Opposition parties on Monday held a meeting in New Delhi to discuss their joint strategy in ParliamentSources said the leaders of Congress, RJD, DMK, NCP, JDU, AAP, Left parties met in the chamber of Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge in Parliament complex. 

The meeting comes in the wake of continued attack on the government over the Adani issue and the demand for a joint Parliamentary Committee probe into it.

The Centre on Monday informed the Supreme Court that SEBI had agreed to constitute a committee to protect investor interests following Hindenburg's report on Adani Group.

The report, titled 'Adani Group: How The World’s 3rd Richest Man Is Pulling The Largest Con In Corporate History', questioned the accounting and corporate governance practices of Adani Group, and also raised the issue of heavy debt.

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