Gautam Adani on Rahul Gandhi: Gautam Adani, the world’s third richest man, responded on Saturday about Rahul Gandhi. Describing Rahul Gandhi as a respectable leader, he said that he too has to run a political party. It may be known that in the last few years, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has made a lot of attacks on Adani. They have been accusing the central government of favoring Adani. On the question asked about Rahul Gandhi in an interview, Gautam Adani said, “You will make me quarrel with Rahulji again and again by talking about Rahulji and he will give another statement tomorrow.” Rahul ji is a respectable leader. He also has to run a political party. There is a battle of their ideologies. There are allegations and counter-allegations in that. I am just a normal businessman. I do my work He does politics on his own terms.
Gautam Adani, who participated in ‘Aap Ki Adalat’ program of ‘India TV’, said about Rahul Gandhi that he also wants progress. He may be commenting politically, but I don’t take it as anything more than just political rhetoric. Adani further said, “Before 2014, people would hardly have heard of Adani, especially in North India. We belong to Gujarat, where people knew us. During and after the 2014 elections, Rahul ji repeatedly attacked us. The result was that the people here came to know who Adani is and that is why I am sitting here (in the dock of your court).”
What did Adani say on PM Modi?
At the same time, regarding PM Modi, Adani said that I got three big breaks in my life. First, in 1985 during the Rajiv Gandhi regime, when the Exim Policy allowed our company to become a global trading house. Second in 1991 when P.V. Narasimha Rao and Dr. Manmohan Singh opened up the economy and we entered the public-private partnership mode. He further pointed out that the third Gujarat got a break during the 12 years long rule of Narendra Modi. I can proudly say that it was a great experience. But I want to tell you that you can never get any personal help from Modi ji. You can talk to them about policies in national interest, but when a policy is made, it is for everyone, not just for the Adani group.