Read My Views Expressed for Opponents of GST
Rahul Gandhi who has made a sarcastic remarks after YS letter should also introspect why under the leadership of Doctor in Economics , GDP fell to bottom.
YS is an old, experienced ,well educated and talented politician associated with Bhartiya Janta Party BJP since long . He has served the country as FM and defence Minister too. He was earlier an IAS officer. He should know the minimum Standards of discipline required for a member of an organisation. He could have several differences with policies of government . He is part of BJP government not as a minister but as a loyal soldier of the party. Instead of making mockery of the party , he could have placed his opinion in party forum instead of making laughing stock of his own party. By ridiculing Jaitley and Modi , he has given a shot in the arm to opposition parties. By this way he can neither serve the nation nor his party.
YS should suggest alternative option to improve health of the economy instead of criticising all policies just like Modi haters in opposition camp.By making open criticism, Sinha may attract media coverage for come time and may receive sympathetic comments from Modi haters, but lastly it is none other than Modi who will win the race and will lead the country not only in all world forums but also lift the country to unprecedented height.
In my view, Modi has immense potential and he will prove to be better than all past prime minister's. He is incarnation of God , It is not an exaggeration.
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Farmer distress allowed the Congress to head for the elections with a promise to waive loans, which the UPA famously executed in the fourth year of its first term, leading to a big win in the 2009 election.
Yashwant Sinha had become so unpopular with the BJP cadre that finally Atal Behari Vajpayee replaced him with Jaswant Singh, who, as Finance Minister, then retrieved the economy, leading to the "India Shining" slogan of 2004. Perhaps Vajpayee lost because he advanced the polls by over six months, before the fruits of India Shining could percolate to the masses.