Subramanian Swamy surrounded Sitharaman on the statement of recession in India by his tweet.
Mumbai: The demand of the opposition regarding inflation in the country was discussed yesterday in the parliament. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that India’s position is very strong and there is no recession in the country after its party leader Subramanian Swamy raised the issue. Subramanian Swamy jibed at her by tweeting “the Indian economy already went into recession last year”.
Subramanian Swamy through his tweet seems to be quite aggressive towards his own government in general. Only government regulations brought them into the circle of questions.
In his tweet, he said, “There is no question of the Indian economy falling into the grip of recession”, the Finance Minister says according to the media today. he is right!! Because the Indian economy has already come under the grip of recession last year. So the question of getting into recession does not arise.”
“No question of the Indian economy getting into recession” says Finance Minister according to media today. She is right!! Because Indian economy has already got into recession last year. So question of getting into recession does not arise.
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) August 2, 2022
Subramaniam’s tweet came as the opposition surrounded the government over rising inflation in the country.
Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday gave her parameters to the opposition for the price rise. She said, the world is in the Covid pandemic, still India’s economy has performed well despite the challenges. She further added, “India remains the fastest growing economy globally and there is no possibility of India falling into the grip of recession.”
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