Aam Aadmi Party demands the immediate removal of CBI director Ranjit Sinha, since he is unfit to head the country’s premier investigating agency given his unbecoming conduct, as has been pointed out by the Supreme Court.

The BJP central government’s silence on the entire matter is mysterious and it can no longer protect a compromised individual, who has made all possible attempts to scuttle the Supreme Court monitored probe in the 2G telecom scam.

It has now become clear to the world that Mr Ranjit Sinha has been using CBI officers to work personally for him and not for the investigating agency. Can the central government defend his conduct any longer ?

It is extremely shocking that the CBI chief could go to the extent of maligning his own colleague and exposing his identity just to suit his nefarious designs.

The continuation of Mr Ranjit Sinha on the post of CBI director any further will prove that the BJP’s central government is moving on the same line of its predecessor UPA government in protecting and promoting the corrupt.

The government has already delayed the process of appointing Ranjit Sinha’s successor, which is giving rise to the reasonable apprehension that it is planning to given him an extension.

After the Supreme Court’s stinging observations on the CBI and its director, the central government must immediately wake up and should not allow the credibility of this investigating agency to be eroded any further.

The submissions of the Supreme Court appointed special public prosecutor in the 2G case leave nobody in doubt about the role of CBI director in compromising the probe and he is singularly responsible for having taken the agency’s credibility to a rock bottom

Aam Aadmi Party demands the immediate intervention of the banking sector regulator to scrutinise the improper memorandum of understanding between an Australian subsidiary company of the Adani Group and State Bank of India, which does not appear to be above board.

The Reserve Bank of India, should fulfill its role of the regulator and must question the MoU, since there is no justification for the largest public sector bank of the country to provide a Rs 6,000 crore loan, which is nothing but a sweet deal for the Adani Group.

Though details of the MoU continue to be a closely guarded secret, but can the finance ministry deny a fact that many global banks had refused to extend the credit facility for this venture due to environmental reasons ?

Can the ministry deny that the SBI has been pressurised to bail out the Adani Group in a difficult venture the returns of which are uncertain ?

Statements attributed to the Adani Group in the media are misleading, since this project has nothing to do with India’s energy needs.

If and when this company starts coal mining in distant future, will it not sell the coal in an open market at an international price ? Can the finance ministry deny this fact ?

The BJP’s central government needs to come clean on the entire issue, since the money which belongs to the people of the country cannot be used for bailing out corporates which have funded its election campaign.


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