Pawar favors SC-appointed panel over JPC to probe into Adani issue


NAGPUR: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on Saturday put his weight behind the Supreme Courtroom constituted 6-member committee, appointed by the Chief Justice of India to probe the alleged inventory manipulation difficulty by the Adani Group, saying it will be simpler than the Joint Parliamentary Committee, (JPC) demanded by the Congress-led Opposition.

Justifying his stand, Pawar stated: “It is a common sense that the JPC will have more members than the ruling party (BJP) since it has an overwhelming majority in Parliament. Hence, in terms of effect, the JPC would not be a balanced panel as against the Supreme Court appointed committee which has independent experts.”

On the controversy round Veer Savarkar, he stated “at this juncture, it is not a national issue”.

“Moreover, late Savarkar was more science-oriented with progressive thoughts. He built a temple in which he appointed a Dalit as a priest in Ratnagiri,” he stated, including Savarkar additionally had a scientific stand on the cow slaughter difficulty.

Refusing to touch upon clashes that occurred at Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad) in Maharashtra on the event of Ram Navami, he stated “it would not be proper to debate on the matter, and now, the priority should be to establish normalcy there”.

Requested about the potential for simultaneous elections to the Lok Sabha together with the Maharashtra Meeting in 2024, the previous Union Minister stated “there was no basis for such speculations”.

On the Opposition unity, he stated that every one non-BJP events held a gathering not too long ago and are prone to meet quickly to hurry up a joint alliance in opposition to the ruling BJP for the following common elections.

Pawar stated one other assembly is being convened throughout the subsequent 10 to 12 days as per the comfort of different political events to chalk out a method for the 2024 elections.

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