Subramanian Swamy questions PM Modi's 'Achche Din', says there will be furore if he reveals GDP figures
Dr Subramanian Swamy has now raised questions over PM Modi's much publicised election slogan 'Achche Din' and said that if discloses the real GDP figures it will create a furore.
New Delhi: BJP's firebrand Rajya Sabha MP Dr Subramanian Swamy continues to express his opinion on issues of utmost concern with his 'I care a damn' attitude.
Despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi's indirect snub to Swamy, the BJP MP has raised questions over the former's much publicised election slogan 'Achche Din' and said that if discloses the real GDP growth figures it will create a furore.
Swamy on Friday took Twitter and claimed that if he discloses real GDP figures then it will certainly not go down well within the party and will be seen as an anti-party activity.
If I apply Samuelson-Swamy Theory of Index Numbers to India's GDP calculation or RBI interests rates, media will scream anti party activity!
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) July 1, 2016
Just two months after entering the Rajya Sabha, Subramanian Swamy has been attacking his critics and has taken swipes at Finance Minister Arun Jaitley over RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's term.
Swamy’s caustic and even derogatory tweets have eroded the support of the top bosses in the ruling dispensation and questions regarding his comments have raised within the RSS.
Swamy’s fall from grace was reflected in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent remarks about “Vyavastha se upar kisi ko bolne ka haq nahi hai…’’ in an interview to a TV news channel.
However, efforts to ensure that he tones down his attacks have not yielded results and the BJP leadership is determined to take disciplinary action if his Twitter diatribe continues.