Published: Wed, December 04, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Government open to feedback, criticism, says Sitharaman

Government open to feedback, criticism, says Sitharaman

"The fact that he stood and said those things before us and we responded in the way which the honourable home minister responded clearly shows that we are quite happy to hear", Sitharaman said.

Industrialist and Chairperson of the Bajaj Group, Rahul Bajaj posed a question to the panel at the recently concluded Economic Times Awards function in Mumbai. In reply Shah said no one needs to fear and everyone can criticize the government.

Khera, meanwhile, also expressed the confidence that the alliance of Congress, JMM and RJD will be able to uproot BJP from Jharkhand, where the elections for the 81-member Assembly are now ongoing. But I would like to say that there is no need for anybody to fear...

"If you say there is a certain kind of atmosphere, we will have to make efforts to improve it". The Narendra Modi authorities has been criticised continuously in media.

Pragya Thakur again invited controversy on Wednesday with her remarks in the Lok Sabha during DMK member A Raja's narration of a statement by Nathuram Godse before a court on why he killed Mahatma Gandhi. Kiran said that it is expected that the government will approach the Indian industry to bring consumption and growth back on track. "You (the government) are doing good work, but despite that, we don't have the confidence that you will appreciate if we criticise you openly", he added.

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In his short address at The Economic Times' ET Awards 2019 in Mumbai, which had Home Minister Amit Shah, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on the stage, Bajaj said in a shaky, broken voice, that there was freedom to abuse anyone in the government during former PM Manmohan Singh's tenure, but in the present time, industrialists can not openly criticise the Modi government. Others have linked Bajaj to the industrialists who have fled the country. Questions/criticisms are heard and answered/addressed.

Her remarks drew varied responses with the opposition Congress seizing on it to criticise the government. Defending the government, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri alleged there were fake narratives.

Earlier also, Shaw had supported Bajaj and said the government treated India Inc as "pariahs".

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated, "Home Minister @AmitShah answers on how issues raised by Shri. Entrepreneurs are hesitant to put up fresh projects, for fear of failure attributed to ulterior motives", Singh said.

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