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‘How Much Black Money Has Rahul Gandhi Got From Ambani-Adani’: PM Modi to Congress

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during a rally in Telangana’s Karimnagar on Wednesday, questioned Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s “deals” with businessmen and asked why he had stopped abusing them as soon as the 2024 Lok Sabha elections were announced.

The Prime Minister also asked if Gandhi had received huge sums of money from Ambani-Adani since he stopped attacking them suddenly.

“You must have seen that Congress’s shehzada [prince], for the past five years, had been chanting as soon as he woke up in the morning. Ever since his Rafale issue got grounded, he started a new chant. For five years, he was chanting – five businessmen, five businessmen. Then he started saying Ambani-Adani, Ambani-Adani. But ever since elections have been announced, he has stopped abusing Ambani-Adani,” PM Modi said.

“I want to ask from the land of Telangana today, how much has the prince taken from Ambani-Adani this election. How many bags of black money has he got? Has a tempo filled with notes reached for the Congress? What deal has been made that you have stopped abusing Ambani-Adani overnight. For five years, you abused Ambani-Adani and stopped overnight. That means you have got something. You will have to answer to the people of the country on this,” he added.

For a better part of his second term as Prime Minister, Modi has received criticism from the Congress, particularly Rahul Gandhi, for his alleged links to Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani and Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani. In multiple attacks against the PM on the issue, including those in Parliament, Rahul has accused PM Modi of favouring these corporate groups and even alleged a quid pro quo.

Following Prime Minister Modi’s comments regarding Ambani and Adani, at 12:56 pm, the Reliance Industries stock was observed trading 1.68 per cent higher at Rs 2,851.05, whereas Adani Enterprises was trading 1.40 per cent higher at Rs 2,875 per share.

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