Modi Government failed in Economy and Foreign Policy, Says BJP MP Subramanian Swamy

BJP's Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy, who surrounded his own government on different issues, has once again targeted the central government led by Prime Minister Modi
Modi Government failed in Economy and Foreign Policy, Says BJP MP Subramanian Swamy
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BJP's Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy, who surrounded his own government on different issues, has once again targeted the central government led by Prime Minister Modi. BJP MP Subramanian Swamy tweeted that the Modi government has failed in the economy and foreign policy. At the same time, he said that he is ready to help the government but pride is a big obstacle in this.

Modi government has failed to deliver growth

Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy from BJP once again targeted the Modi government by tweeting on Friday. Subramanian Swamy tweeted that it is now clear that the Modi government has failed to deliver "growth" in the economy and foreign policy. In the case of Ladakh, our defense policy so far appears as a big failure. I am ready to help reset the failed policies of the government but pride is a big hindrance.

Possibility of raising Rs 15,000 crore as debt for the purchase of Tata Air India

Recently, Subramanian Swamy also targeted the Prime Minister Modi-led government for selling India's state-run airline Air India to the Tata Group. Subramanian Swamy shared an Economic Times article from his Twitter handle and tweeted and called it a Ponzi scheme. Swamy tweeted that there is a possibility of raising Rs 15,000 crore as debt for the purchase of Tata Air India. Air India which was sold by the Government of India is being financed by the government bank itself. This is a Ponzi scheme.

Subramanian Swamy also targeted PM Modi about India-China relations

Apart from this, Subramanian Swamy keeps putting the central government in the dock regarding the India-China border dispute. Earlier too, he had targeted Prime Minister Modi by tweeting about India-China relations. Nothing has been achieved even after 18 face-to-face meetings and five visits of PM Modi to China. Are we still longing to talk to China? At the same time, he wrote that those who are tyrannical, behave humbly in front of the strong but behave badly with the weak.

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