Former Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh has given the unfortunate agreement to the resignation of the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India Urjit Patel. He has given the unfortunate agreement to the resignation of Urjit Patel that it has taken a serious setback to the country’s economy.
According to a report, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said in a statement that he hopes that the sudden resignation of the RBI governor has not come by the Modi government due to attempts to destroy the institutional foundation of the country’s economy. He said that doing something like this with an institution for short-term political gains would be a completely silly decision.
Remember that suddenly RBI Governor Urbita Patel had resigned on Monday. However, he has reason to leave his post because of personal reasons. In a brief statement, Patel said that he has decided to leave his post with immediate effect. Let us know that recently there was a confrontation between the government and the Modi government regarding the autonomy of the central bank, after which Patel suddenly quit on Monday. Patel was the 24th Governor of the RBI. He was appointed governor in September 2016 for three years. He took the place of Raghuram Rajan.
In his statement, Manmohan Singh said that national institutions have been terminated, here every farmer commits suicide every five hours; due to unemployment in the country, suicides are continuously increasing. He also targeted the Modi government over the ban on bondage and said that no purpose of the ban was complete.
It is noteworthy that former Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh had attacked Modi and his government before this, before that in the interaction with media in Madhya Pradesh, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had attacked the Modi government very fiercely, Manmohan Singh Attacking the Narendra Modi government, he said that the promise of two crore jobs remained incomplete … in Rafael ‘Dal is black’, hence no JPC Is being created. “