Adani on opposition’s radar, will still bid for more airports in the country

The Adani group of industrialist Gautam Adani handles 6 major airports in the country. Regarding this, the main opposition party Congress and its leader Rahul Gandhi are constantly attacking the government. Meanwhile, Adani Group is planning to bid for more airports in the country.

Adani Group operates 6 major airports

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Adani Airports, one of India’s largest airport operator companies, may soon bid for other airports in the country. However, the Congress and its leader Rahul Gandhi constantly attack the government for the Adani Group operating 6 major airports.

These days the Adani Group is struggling with the same crisis that emerged from the report of Hindenburg Research. Meanwhile, the announcement of Adani Airports to bid for other airports of the country can be considered very important.

What did the CEO of the company say?

Adani Airports CEO Arun Bansal said on Wednesday that Adani Group wants to become the country’s leading airport operator. That’s why the company will bid for more airports in the country in the coming times.

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The last time the government had bid for the privatization of airports. Then Adani Group had taken over the operation of 6 airports. After this, the group acquired the operator company of Mumbai airport and made it a part of its group.

In this way Adani Group currently has operations at Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Mangaluru, Jaipur, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram airports apart from Mumbai. Apart from this, Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone, another company of the group, is also the largest port company in the country.

Opposition keeps attacking Adani

Opposition, Congress and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi are constantly attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government for Adani Group operating 7 major airports in the country. Rahul Gandhi has alleged from different forums that the government changed the rules to hand over the operations of the airports to the Adani Group.

At the same time, he also accuses the government of promoting monopoly in this sector by handing over all the airports to a single company.