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Soros Questions Modi on Adani, Govt Terms it ‘Evil Intentions’ Against India

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NEW DELHI — After billionaire investor George Soros foretold that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would ‘have to answer questions’ as a result of Indian business tycoon Gautam Adani’s recent stock market woes, union minister Smriti Irani urged Indians to stand as one against “foreign powers who try to intervene in India’s democratic processes,” reports IANS.

George Soros, while delivering a speech at the 2023 Munich Security Conference on Thursday said that PM Modi will be weakened by the business troubles of Gautam Adani.

“PM Modi would have to answer questions from foreign investors and parliament on allegations of fraud and stock manipulation at Mr. Adani’s industrial empire,” Soros said.

Launching an scathing attack on American billionaire George Soros, saying that foreign forces were trying to destroy India’s democracy, and called upon Indians to unitedly respond to ‘foreign powers who try to intervene in India’s democratic processes’.

Talking to the media here on Friday, Smriti Irani said that the number one target of George Soros is the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, and he wants to remove the Modi government from power and bring a government in the country that will protect his interests.

“He should be given a befitting reply by all the citizens, organisations and political parties of the country as well as every Indian. Let us answer George Soros in unison that under democratic conditions, a democratically elected government and our Prime Minister will not bow down to such evil intentions,” the minister said.

“The man who broke the Bank of England, and is designated by the nation an economic war criminal, has now pronounced his desire to break Indian democracy,” said the BJP leader.

TMC MP mocks Irani

Meanwhile, Mahua Moitra, Trinamool Congress leader and Member of Parliament, mocked union minister Smriti Irani for asking Indians to give fitting reply to billionaire investor George Soros for his remarks on the Adani-Hindenburg row and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Taking to Twitter she said, “Every Indian urged by Hon’ble Cabinet Minister to give fitting reply to George Soros. Please bang your thalis at 6 pm sharp today,” she tweeted.

(With agency inputs)

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