Hitting out at Subramanian Swamy for his tirade against RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, CPI leader D Raja today said the BJP leader should criticise the NDA government at the Centre as all the micro and macro level economic decisions are taken by the it.
"The point is that Subramanian Swamy has been levelling serious allegations against Raghuram Rajan, but all macro level and micro level economic policies are decided by the government. If Swamy has to criticise the government for economic policies, he should criticise it directly," he told reporters here.
Replying to a question about Rajan's decision not to seek a second term, the CPI leader said, "It is his prerogative because as an individual he has the right.. Whether he wants to continue or whether the government is offering second term to him or not. I don't know and I cannot speak for the government or for the RBI Governor. It is a different issue."
Advocating resumption of composite dialogue between India and Pakistan, the Rajya Sabha member said the governments of the two countries should engage in a meaningful and serious dialogue.
"Government of India will have to take up all related issues with Government of Pakistan. Dialogue is the only alternative. India and Pakistan should conduct themselves as mature nations and not fall prey to any provocation," he said.