17 Feb 2023

Why There Is Ruckus In India Over American Billionaire George Soros, Why Congress Attacked Him After Union Minister Smriti Irani

New Delhi: American billionaire George Soros and controversies also seem to go hand in hand. Union minister and senior BJP leader Smriti Irani has attacked Soros soon after his remarks on Prime Minister Modi. After BJP, now Congress has also attacked George.

The Congress party on Friday said the Nehruvian legacy in India ensures that people like American billionaire George Soros cannot decide the outcome of Indian elections. Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh has made this comment.

Jairam Ramesh expressed his feelings by tweeting

He tweeted, "Whether the Adani scam involving the Prime Minister initiates a democratic resurgence in India or not, it entirely depends on the Congress, the opposition and our election process." It has nothing to do with George Soros'

Jairam Ramesh emphasized this point and wrote, 'Our Nehruvian heritage ensures that people like him cannot decide our election results'

BJP attacked George Soros

Union Minister Smriti Irani had earlier made a scathing attack on American billionaire George Soros. He stressed that foreign forces are trying to destroy India's democracy.

Irani said that George Soros has announced funds to destroy India's democratic structure and it is known to everyone who he funds, to whom he sends money.

'George Soros' announcement that he will make PM Modi bow down in India, demolish the democratically elected government of India'- Every Indian should answer this, Irani also said

Why is George Soros at the center of the storm?

Soros made the comments that have infuriated the government during a speech ahead of the Munich security conference. He highlighted the recent Adani Group crisis and said PM Modi "has to answer questions" from foreign investors and Parliament on allegations of fraud and stock manipulation against Adani's companies.

He also said that this would significantly weaken Modi's stranglehold on India's federal government and open the door to push for much-needed institutional reforms. I may be naive, but I expect a democratic revival in India, said Soros.

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