Pawar’s lesson for Congress

Yash Pal Ralhan, Jalandhar
I am writing to express my opinion on the recent statement made by Sharad Pawar regarding the demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the Adani episode. While some members of the Congress party may feel deflated by Pawar’s statement, I believe that there is a lot to be learned from it. Pawar, a seasoned politician with a nationalistic approach, has rightly pointed out that a JPC probe may serve little purpose since the ruling party will have the majority of members in the committee. Instead, a Supreme Court-ordered inquiry by experts would have a better chance of uncovering any wrongdoing. Furthermore, Pawar’s decision to break ranks with the rest of the opposition and express his opinion on the matter is commendable. It shows that he is not afraid to voice his dissent, even if it goes against the rest of his party. Instead of focusing on the demand for a JPC probe, the Congress party should take a cue from Pawar and work towards making the joint opposition parties stronger. By contesting the next parliament elections jointly, they will have a better chance of defeating the ruling party and enacting meaningful change.

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