The BJP is headed for the 2024 India Shining fiasco as the economy slows, the illegal Chinese occupation: Subramanian Swamy

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New Delhi: Subramanian Swamy has claimed that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is headed for the “India Shining” fiasco in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections because the economy has grossly failed and it refuses to admit that China is engulfing 4,000 square kilometers of our territory Has.

BJP MP Rajya Sabha made the remark in a tweet.

This is not the first time Swamy has targeted the BJP government.

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In April this year, he lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for failing to meet economic growth targets. He also said that the PM has no idea about China.

“In 8 years in office, we see that Modi has failed to meet economic growth goals. On the contrary, the growth rate has been declining annually since 2016. National security has been greatly weakened. Modi inexplicably has no idea about China. There are ways to recover but does he know how?” he tweeted.

When a user shared a news report stating that India’s unemployment problem rose to 7.83 percent in April, Swamy responded, “Master Stroke? Or just an ordinary man having a stroke?”

The Modi government has been criticized by the opposition for failing to control rising inflation and China’s infrastructure development along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Earlier this morning, Congress questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s silence, saying he should speak openly about the Chinese “occupation” and forget about his “false image”.
The grand old party was responding to reports that China was building a second bridge across the Pangong Tso River in eastern Ladakh.

Congress spokesman Pawan Khera expressed concern over the matter, saying the State Department (MEA) should clarify whether China has “occupied” Indian territory.

In response, the MEA issued a statement saying a second bridge being built by China on Lake Pangong lies in an area that has been under that country’s illegal occupation since 1960.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said India has never accepted such illegal occupation of Indian territory.

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