BJP MP Subramanian Swamy is always in the headlines for his outspoken words. He has also been critical of many policies of the Modi government at the Centre. Especially the disinvestment policy of the Modi government, he has been a bitter critic of privatization and foreign policy and has often tweeted and rationally criticized these policies.
In this sequence, once again Swamy has sharply criticized the policies of the Central Government. Swamy has said that the Modi government is a complete failure in the economy and foreign policy. BJP MP has also said that I am ready to help but pride is the biggest obstacle in this. This is not the first time that Swamy has cornered his own government, but he has always been vocal on the failures of the Centre.
Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy from BJP once again targeted the central government led by Prime Minister Modi. BJP MP Subramanian Swamy tweeted on Friday that the Modi government is failing in 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.
BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy has again targeted the Modi government by tweeting this. Subramanian Swamy tweeted that it is now clear that the Modi government has failed to deliver “Vikas” in the economy and foreign policy.
He said that 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.
Subramanian Swamy, while sharing an article of Economics Times with his Twitter handle, tweeted and called it a Ponzi scheme. Swamy tweeted that Tata is likely to raise Rs 15,000 crore as debt for the purchase of Air India. Meaning the Air India sold by the Government of India is being financed by the government bank itself. This is a Ponzi scheme.
Swamy had also raised his voice against the sale of state-owned airlines. Swamy called it a scam. Before this, he has also been putting the Modi government in the dock regarding the India-China border dispute.
He wrote in a tweet that nothing has been achieved even after PM Modi’s visit to China five times. We are still longing to talk to China?
Earlier, Swamy had also targeted the rising prices of petrol and diesel. Last week, Subramanian Swamy tweeted, “Petrol, diesel and other fuel prices have become a tragedy for the honest people of India. The ever-increasing prices will reduce the demand. At the same time, it will make economic reforms more difficult in the country.