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The Congress continued its rant against Gautam Adani and his enterprise on Thursday, alleging that the business mogul has commercial ties with a Chinese company and citizens.

In a tweet, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said that Adani Group had business ties with a Chinese corporation in all of its infrastructure projects, including roads, trains, ports, and airports. He worried that it posed a threat to national security.

 

Supriya Shrinate, a Congress spokesman, stated during a news conference that the company, which is completely controlled by a Chinese national named Chang Chian Ting, is a subcontractor for the Adani group and a partner of Gautam Adani’s brother.

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The Adani group has yet to respond to the claims leveled by Congress. The company had previously denied any wrongdoing.

 

Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader, also cited a media story and tweeted, “PMC Projects – ‘Pradhan Mantri Chinese’ Projects?” “Why is a Chinese company building and controlling India’s critical ports, airstrips, railway tracks, and electricity lines?” he queried.

According to Shrinate, China committed many violations along the Indian side of the border, killing 20 of our men.

It changed the names of three locations in Arunachal Pradesh, but the linkages between a Chinese-owned company and the Adani group demonstrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s particular relationship with China, she added. “It’s completely anti-national.” “If this isn’t a threat to national security, what is?” she asks.

 

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