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NEW DELHI: A day after keeping away from Congress-led march of opposition parties to the ED office, Trinamool Congress on Thursday proposed that all the non-BJP opposition party-led governments should start investigation into Adani group of companies in their respective states, for amassing funds from public institutions like SBI and LIC
“As a constructive, time-bound way forward, we suggest that all opposition parties should conduct an investigation in their respective states against the loot and plunder of the Adani Group of companies. We appeal to the BRS in Telangana, to the AAP in Punjab, to Congress in Himachal, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, to the Left in Kerala, DMK in Tamil Nadu and to the JMM in Jharkhand to investigate the group,” TMC Rajya Sabha leader Derek O’ Brien said, at press conference on Thursday, alongwith senior TMC MP Saugato Roy.

“It (Adani) may be protected by the central government with cotton wool, but our appeal to friends that run state governments is that they bare their (Adani) truth to the people.”
On behalf of his party, O’Brien asked the Centre, “What is stopping CBI and ED from investigating the man who looted 130 crore Indians,” referring to the SBI and LIC “funds at risk” because of investing Adani companies.
Asked about TMC’s decision to stay away from the opposition march on the Adani-Hindenburg revelations, O’Brien said: “Congress party needs to make up its mind. In Tripura, you will be friends with the Left; in Bengal you fight us tooth and nail in 2021 (Assembly polls); then in Meghalaya you write a litany on how bad the Trinamool Congress is; then in Lok Sabha your leader will make wild charges; and then in Kerala you fight your friend from Tripura and Bengal…”

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Roy pointed out that even the Nationalist Congress Party which is an ally of Congress, skipped the Wednesday march from Parliament House to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office. The Lok Sabha MP also pointed out that Congress leader (Adhir Choudhury) has talked about help from BJP to defeat Mamata Banerjee.
The TMC will not sign a letter on a Congress party letterhead, O’Brien said. “You cannot send us a letter at 10.30 pm. We do not have an alliance with the Congress,” at the press conference.

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