In the bustling city of Mumbai, a significant event unfolded – the third meeting of the INDIA alliance leaders. Under the evening sky, about 28 leaders from various political parties gathered with a common goal: to form a united opposition against the BJP. Their two-day agenda included important tasks like revealing a logo, selecting coordinators, and shaping the structure of the alliance. The ongoing discussions among these opposition leaders would lead to a formal session on Friday, where crucial decisions, including seat-sharing arrangements, would be made.
Earlier that day, Rahul Gandhi, a key figure in the Congress party, addressed the media in Mumbai. He criticized the Adani group based on a report from OCCRP and raised questions about Gautam Adani’s brother, Vinod Adani. Rahul Gandhi strongly called for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to thoroughly investigate the Adani matter. He also expressed doubts about SEBI’s investigation and highlighted that the person who cleared Adani’s name is now a director at NDTV.