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Nirmala Sitharaman’s ‘Indian Rupee Is Finding Its Natural Course’ Comment Sparks Meme Fest


Nirmala Sitharaman’s ‘Indian Rupee Is Finding Its Natural Course’ Comment Sparks Meme Fest

The decreasing value of the Indian currency in comparison to the US Dollar is a matter of concern for the Indian economy and the opposition parties are leaving no chance to question the Indian government in this regard.

While the members of the opposition parties are shouting at the top of their voices that the Indian Rupee has collapsed, the country’s finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman is of the opinion that there is nothing to be worried as the Indian Rupee has not collapsed, it is just finding its natural course.

While speaking in the Rajya Sabha, she says that though there have been fluctuations against the US Dollar, the Indian Rupee has stood its ground in a better manner than the currencies of other countries. Nirmala Sitharaman addresses concerns of the members in relation to the decreasing value of the Rupee as she asks them to study and understand the context and tells them to compare the Indian Rupee with other currencies as well.

She adds that if Rupee is compared to other currencies, you will see that it has appreciated. She also says that the recent decisions taken by the US Fed are responsible for the current situation. The finance minister goes on to say that the Reserve Bank of India is monitoring on a regular basis and it intervenes only when there is volatility but RBI’s interventions are not for the purpose of fixing value of the Indian rupee because it has to find its natural course.

Meanwhile, Twitterati didn’t take her “finding its natural course” comment lightly and trolled her left and right. Here are some selected reactions:
















On the matter of decreasing foreign reserves, she stated that on July 22, India had foreign reserves of $571.56 billion which is not a small amount and the country is in a comfortable position.

Just to inform, the Indian Rupee closed at 79.23 against the US Dollar today.

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