In a blog post on Facebook, Jaitley wrote, “In dynastic parties political positions are heritable. Unfortunately, wisdom is not heritable. It has to be acquired through learning.”
Union Minister Arun Jaitley, in a scathing attack on Congress President Rahul Gandhi, has questioned his wisdom, saying that it has to be acquired through learning and cannot be inherited. Jaitley took the jibe at Gandhi in a Facebook post, lambasting the Congress chief for his anti-Narendra Modi tirade.
The dedicated fund will operate as a non-banking financial company (NBFC) with 49 per cent government stake.
Citing instances where judges of the Supreme Court were superseded and how recommendations of the apex court were turned down, he said: “I have written this blog so that my friends in the Congress party get an opportunity to look at the mirror.”
Arun Jaitley said the executive has the power to provide inputs to the collegium and can even refer a recommendation back with relevant inputs for reconsideration but is eventually bound by recommendations.
On the other hand, some in the Congress, especially those who make the Opposition in Maharashtra, questioned the claim of a Maoist conspiracy to assassinate the Prime Minister, calling it a possible attempt to divert attention or gain sympathy.
“The inevitable consequence of this would be that the market itself will discover solutions,” Jaitley said.
Arun Jaitley, who is recuperating from a kidney transplant surgery at home, in a blog hit at some political parties for using Maoist as an instrument against the ruling NDA.
“Listening to his speech delivered in Madhya Pradesh today reaffirms my curiosity about the answer. Is he being inadequately briefed or is he being a little too liberal with his facts,” Arun Jaitley said.
Posting a point-by-point rebuttal of Rahul Gandhi’s allegations in a blog on his Facebook page, Jaitley questioned Gandhi’s knowledge of things that he talked about during the Mandsaur rally. “How much does he know? When will he know?,” wondered Jaitley.
During the period of his indisposition, his portfolios (ministry of finance and ministry of corporate affairs) are temporarily assigned to Coal and Railways Minister Piyush Goyal.
The finance minister, whose portfolio has been “temporarily” assigned to Piyush Goyal, returned home in the afternoon after a three-week stay at AIIMS and expressed gratitude to the doctors, nurses, and paramedics who took care of him.
The scheme, called Seva Bhoj Yojna, has an outlay of Rs 325 crore for financial years 2018-19 and 2019-20, according to a statement by the Ministry of Culture.
Kumar Vishwas, along with Arvind Kejriwal and other AAP leaders, had made allegations of corruption against arun Jaitley during his stint as president of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA).
‘The country, which was on the verge of becoming basket case, is now a fastest-growing economy’