Modi government is not that weak, Chidambaram said on Soros’ comment

New Delhi: Former Finance Minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has given his response to the remarks of American billionaire investor George Soros against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Adani Row. , Chidambaram tweeted that earlier also I did not agree with the words of George Soros and even today I do not agree with his words.

Chidambaram tweeted, I did not agree with most of what George Soros said in the past and I still do not agree with what he says, but his comments are a childish attempt to topple the democratically elected government in India. is a statement.

He said in another tweet that the people of India will decide who will remain in the government and who will be out. He said- I do not think that the Modi government is so weak that it will be brought down by the rhetoric of a 92-year-old foreign national. In another tweet, Chidambaram said- Ignore George Soros and listen to Nouriel Roubini. Roubini warned that India is increasingly becoming dominated by large private conglomerates, which could potentially stifle competition.

Explain that on Thursday at the Munich Security Conference, Soros had said that the shares of Prime Minister Narendra Modi business tycoon and alleged close aide Gautam Adani would be weakened by the crisis. Along with this, there was also talk of toppling the Modi government of India.