Bharatiya Janata Party MP Rajya Sabha Subramaniam Swamy called it a failure on all fronts when presenting the Modi government testimony in a tweet on Wednesday November 25th. He has called the central government a failure on issues such as internal security, the economy, border security and the country’s foreign policy. At the same time he scornfully wrote that Subramanian Swamy was responsible for all of this.
Significantly, BJP MPs often question the Modi government’s policies in their tweets. In such a situation, the supporters of the Modi government have repeatedly targeted him. Meanwhile, he wrote in a tweet on Thursday morning: “Testimony from the Modi government – economy failed, border security failed, foreign policy in Afghanistan failed, Pegasus question about national security, Kashmir’s desperation over internal security.” Who is responsible for? All? – Subramanyam Swami ”
Let us tell you that those who surround their own government on many issues Subramanya Swami The meeting of the West Bengal Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee on November 24th was also much discussed. A round of speculation has started on this in the political corridor. In fact, after meeting Mamta Banerjee, who was on the Delhi tour, when the BJP MP was asked about joining TMC, he said that they were together all the time.
Please note that Swami did not give a clear answer to this question. However, many meanings are drawn from this meeting. This is also because many party leaders are not seen happy either with Swamy, who often surrounds the Modi government. It is clear that Swamy’s criticism gives the opposition a chance to target the central government.
After the meeting, the BJP MP tweeted praising Mamata Banerjee and said, “Mamata Banerjee is like JP, Morarji Desai, Rajiv Gandhi, Chandrashekhar and PV Narasimha Rao among all the politicians I have met or worked with. There was no difference between what these people said and what they did. That is a rare quality in Indian politics. “
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