Concerns regarding the economy slowdown were brewing in the saffron camp as well with senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy, in a scathing attack saying that the finance minister 'doesn't know economics'.
Speaking at the World Hindu Economic Forum, Swamy accused Jawaharlal Nehru of 'imposing' the Soviet economic model on India which he said held back the economy.
Swamy made the remarks when asked if the steps taken by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman would revive the growth.
Swamy's plea has also sought to bring on record the Delhi Police's vigilance report on tampering of evidence in the case and claimed that it might lead to framing of additional charges.
The Home Ministry has served a notice to Congress President Rahul Gandhi, asking him to clarify within a fortnight his "factual position" on a complaint questioning his citizenship status.
Swamy's comment on not adding “chowkidar” before his name on Twitter has kicked up a row.
Subramanian Swamy said that he was aggrieved by the Kerala High Court judgment refusing to strike down various sections of the Travancore-Cochin Hindu Religious Institutions Act, 1950.
Swamy also said Article 370 of the Constitution, which allows special status to Kashmir, can be scrapped by adding only a notification by the president of India.
A Supreme Court bench instructed Swamy to move the Andhra Pradesh HC with his plea challenging the state government taking control of Hindu religious institutions.
The BJP leader, in a private criminal complaint, has accused the Gandhis and others of conspiring to cheat and misappropriate funds.