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Petition Asks for Revocation of Adani and Maharashtra Government MoUs with Chinese Companies

Lawstreet Journal 3 Jul 2020 1:01am

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A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Supreme Court that has asked for the revocation of the $1 billion (approximately ₨ 75.59 crores) Memorandum of Understanding that was signed by the Maharashtra state government with China’s Great Wall Motors.

Memorandum of Understandings (MoU) signed with several Chinese companies are the newest targets that have come to notice of the public after the recent rise of anti-China sentiment in the entire country.

The petition also comes at a time of rising tensions on the border between China and India, specifically about the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

The petition also happens to ask for the cancellation of the $300 million (approximately ₨ 22.68 Crores) Memorandum of Understanding that was signed between the Adani Group and China’s East Hope Group for manufacturing solar power equipment in Mundra Special Economic Zone on June 20, 2017. The memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed had proposed to establish manufacturing units at Mundra special economic zone in Gujarat to produce solar power generation equipment, chemicals, aluminum, and animal feed, a statement by the Indian Consulate in Shanghai said.

The Petition was filed by, Supriya Pandita, a 25-year-old resident of Jammu. 

The public interest litigation also opined that conducting transactions for business with Chinese companies at a time when soldiers of our country were losing their lives at the border in conflicts with the Chines, was contradictory to the sentiment and will of the people of India.

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