Adani still working with the Myanmar military.
Adani has just been exposed for continuing its partnership with the murderous Myanmar military, which is committing crimes against humanity including genocide.
Human rights groups Justice for Myanmar and The Australian Centre for International Justice are calling for Adani’s investors to stop enabling human rights abuses and cut ties with Adani Group companies. Can you share this story on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram so Adani’s investors know their money could be funding war crimes?
The Myanmar military has been ramping up its campaign of terror against the people of Myanmar. The junta recently bombed a large gathering of innocent civilians, killing at least 165 people, including many children. 
At the same time, Adani has been ramping up its investments that fund the Myanmar military’s atrocities.
Today the ABC has reported on leaked documents that show Adani sought new coal business deals with the Myanmar military at the same time it was telling the world it was exiting the country. 
Adani also continued to pour millions into a port which provides a direct revenue stream and lucrative future asset to the Myanmar military controlled and Australian-sanctioned entity, Myanmar Economic Corporation. Adani privately expressed its commitment to the port project to sanctioned regime leaders while telling investors it was divesting from the port.
Adani has misled its investors and the people of Myanmar by claiming to be ending its business in Myanmar when in fact it has continued to develop its port project and even sought new coal ventures. The revenue Adani is providing to sanctioned military entities enables the Myanmar military to commit genocide and war crimes.
The people of Myanmar won’t be safe until the Myanmar military is starved of funds. Multiple governments have sanctioned the Myanmar military, but Adani is undermining the impact of these global efforts by seeking new business deals with sanctioned entities.
For years, frontline communities and the #StopAdani movement has warned that money invested in any part of the Adani Group could end up financing coal expansion and human rights abuses. This was further proven by Hindenburg Research’s report showing the interconnected financial nature of the Adani Group.
Adani investors must realise that their investments could be funding the Myanmar military’s crimes against humanity. They must stand for human rights not the financing of military atrocities, and immediately divest from Adani.
 Screaming people and bodies everywhere: The horrific aftermath of Myanmar junta airstrike that killed 165, CNN, 13 April 2023
 Adani proposed coal ventures to sanctioned Myanmar military despite public vow to cut ties, leaked documents show, ABC, 4 May 2023