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Nirmala Sitharaman jumps in ‘Panchjanya’ controversy against Infosys; Said, “That statement.”

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, one of the leading IT companies in India Infosys vs. Panchjanya The debate has jumped. It is noteworthy that Nirmala Sitharaman, while not taking the side of Panchjanya, the pro-RSS mouthpiece, has directly expressed her opinion that it would be wrong to call such a big company a traitor by taking the side of Infosys. Nirmala expressed this opinion in a controversial article published in Panchjanya regarding Infosys. The serious allegations were made by Panchjanya while criticizing the technical difficulties in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Income Tax portals.

Speaking to CNN-News18, Nirmala said, “That statement was not correct. There was no need to make such a statement. It’s good that they (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) Clarified that we have nothing to do with this statement. That statement was very wrong, ”he said. Speaking further, Nirmala herself was actually working with Infosys on this new portal. He said the government and Infosys were working together. “I personally called him twice and Nandan Nilekani (one of the promoters of Infosys) drew his attention to the issue,” Nirmala said.

I believe that

“I am confident that Infosys will make the product as they have promised. There has been a slight delay in this which has hit us hard. We are looking forward to this new portal. There is a bit of confusion in this and we are working together to eliminate this confusion. I am confident that Infosys will solve this dilemma soon, ”said Nirmala.

What happens in the article?

Doubts were expressed in the pro-RSS weekly Panchjanya that an anti-national force was not working against the country’s economic interests through Infosys. “Infosys has often been accused of helping the Naxalites, the Left, but we don’t have any evidence,” the article in Panchjanya said. The criticism comes in the wake of technical issues with the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Income Tax portals. Both these portals have been developed by Infosys, a leading Indian technology company. This could be a deliberate attempt to destabilize the country’s economy, an allegation made in the latest issue of Panchjanya. This has been criticized in the cover article ‘Sakh Aur Aghat’ and a picture of Infosys founder Narayan Murthy has also been published on the cover. The article also criticizes high flying, pale dishes.

Helped the gang piecemeal

These two portals created by Infosys always have technical difficulties. This is to the detriment of taxpayers and investors, the article said, adding that such factors undermine taxpayers’ confidence in the country’s economy. Government agencies do not hesitate to award contracts for important websites and portals to Infosys, as it is a reputed software company. Portals for GST and Income Tax returns are developed by Infosys. This is helping to reduce the confidence of taxpayers in the Indian economy. The article casts doubt on whether any anti-national forces are operating through Infosys against Indian economic interests. Infosys has often been accused of helping the Naxalites, the left, the fragmented gang, but we have no evidence of that. The article also questioned whether Infosys provides similar bad services to foreign customers.

Allegation rebuttal

When contacted, Hitesh Shankar, editor of Panchjanya, said that Infosys is a big organization. The government has assigned important tasks to the company on the basis of credibility. Meanwhile, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh had tweeted that the article was anti-national. Infosys has been slandered and the RSS’s weekly article is derogatory and anti-national. Ramesh had also said that only companies like Infosys have given India a place in the world.

The team shook hands over the article

However, after a heated argument over the article, the article should not be linked to the Sangh, said Sunil Ambekar, the Sangh’s all-India campaign chief. However, from this article, it can be seen that the Congress has targeted the Sangh. As an Indian company, Infosys has made a significant contribution to the country’s development. There may be some issues related to the web portal created by Infosys, but the article published in Panchjanya in this regard is the personal opinion of the author, Ambekar clarified. He also said that ‘Panchjanya’ is not the mouthpiece of the team. There may be some issues with the income tax or GST portal, but the team is not a platform to discuss it, a team official said. Earlier, the team had made it clear that ‘Panchjanya’ was not its mouthpiece.

Demand for action from Congress

The Congress had demanded action against the RSS’s mouthpiece ‘Panchjanya’ for making baseless allegations against Infosys, a major contributor to the country’s development and progress. Congress spokesperson Sachin Sawant had said that Narayan Murthy and Sudha Murthy of Infosys have made a great contribution to the country.

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