Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Rajya Sabha MP and senior leader Subramanian Swamy often targets the Modi government. In a tweet on Sunday, he questioned the sale of the public enterprise. He said that at a time when the economy is continuously falling, selling a public enterprise is a mental bankruptcy.
Swamy tweeted, “To sell public enterprises when economy in a deep decline is a sign of mental bankruptcy and desperation. It cannot be a healthy ideological imperative. Modi government cannot deny that CSO data shows that GDP growth declined quarter by quarter, year by year from 2016 onwards.”
Giving further advice, Subramanian Swamy said that India should focus only on resolving the border dispute with Beijing and not provoking the neighboring country by talking about Hong Kong, Taiwan and Tibet.
He said that if the neighboring country does not withdraw from the Line of Actual Control (LAC) under the 1993 agreement that both the countries had agreed to, India should go to war with China.
Users are also giving their feedback on this tweet of Swamy.
A user named Sridhar asked the BJP leader what should be done at such a time? To this Swamy wrote, “Apply relevant economic policy based on a clear description of objectives, priorities, strategy and resource mobilization”.
Another user wrote, “Raghuram Rajan tried to give advice. But then had to resign. This government does not listen to experts. this is the problem.”