Mumbai: The fight between Raghuram Rajan and Subramanian Swami has been simmering on and off in the past few weeks. And the fight trickled down to media and social media where people took sides.
Many intellectual trolls have backed Raghuram Rajan and has called for his second term. Many non-intellectual trolls have backed Subramanian Swami and has called the RBI governor to resign. While this fight still goes on without any near end to it, an Expert from the city has revealed that Raghuram Rajan is the only one who is holding the Indian economy intact. Speaking to Faking News, the self-acclaimed Expert named Anirban Chattopadhyayayaya first raged, “The dimwit Bhakts and their ferocious whip is hounding the master genius of Indian economy. This is the most saddest moment in the history of India.”
Calming himself down, the Expert continued, “Right Wing Bhakts do not know an iota of how complex Indian economy is. Do they think they can repair the Indian economy which is now in shambles? Do they have the economical brilliance like Manmohan Singh? Do they have the financial acumen like Chidu? Do they have the intelligence of Raghu? No, not the Roadies one. He has a different intelligence. This is Raghu, the RBI governor, the man behind the India’s growth. Only a fool can claim that Indian economy is in shambles.” The Expert suddenly bit his lips and went into deep thought.
Shaking his head to get back to present, the Expert took a 100 Rupee note from his purse and threw it on our face, “Take a look at the currency. Apart from Rahul Gandhi’s great grandpa pic, you would find the signature of Raghuram Rajan. I would say that only because of Raghu, Indian economy is still alive. Without his signature, this 100 rupee note is worthless. Without his signature, any Indian rupee is worthless. By trying to remove him from RBI governor post, what does Bhakts plan to do with all the Indian currencies? The currency note is valid only because Raghu signs it. All the currency notes would lose its value. Then, we will have to deal with coins. The whole of this country will have to be at the feet of beggars, if Raghuram Rajan is sent away.”