Subramanian Swamy wants Raghuram Rajan to be sacked for his tolerance comments


BJP leader Subhramanian Swamy has reacted angrily on RBI governor Raghuram Rajan’s yesterday’s speech in IIT-Delhi at a convocation ceremony.

Swamy said that he should go to the RBI and do his job and ‘shouldn’t speak like a grandfather.’

Swamy said that Raghuram Rajan had made a mess of the RBI and the Prime Minister should sack him. “Tolerance of what? Tolerance of terrorism,” Sawamy asked.

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Yesterday, the RBI governer said that India had always protected debate and right to hold views.

A day after Moody’s Analytics in a report said the belligerent provocation of various Indian minorities has raised ethnic tensions, governor also added that along with a possible increase in violence, the government will face stiffer opposition in the upper house as debate turns away from economic policy.

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Moody’s Analytics said the politics need to improve and the government’s reform agenda needs attention to achieve long-term growth.

This is not the first time Swamy has demanded sacking of the RBI governor. In September, he had told a newspaper that Rajan’s removal was ‘long overdue.’

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