Raghuram Rajan's decision to bid goodbye to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on completion of his three-year tenure as the central bank governor has been largely received with a sense of frustration while some seem saddened about the former IMF chief economist's decision to return to academics after his current term ends on September 4.
Here are some of the reactions on Twitter:
Rajan's departure means that the Modi government has lost the services of a hugely talented mind. #RaghuramRajan
— Ashutosh Varshney (@ProfVarshney) June 18, 2016
— Mohandas Pai (@TVMohandasPai) June 18, 2016
RBI Gov Raghuram Rajan Not Seeking Second Term - Academic gain. RBI loss He leaves a legacy of economic stability https://t.co/K1eXosOosg
— Kiran Mazumdar Shaw (@kiranshaw) June 18, 2016
One way of looking at #RaghuramRajan story: War on crony capitalism is over. Full normalcy restored. Capitalism lost, cronies won.
— Shekhar Gupta (@ShekharGupta) June 18, 2016
— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) June 18, 2016
Good for Rajan good for Jaitly good for Swamy good for India.
Raghuram Rajan goes, now they can't blame others if economy doesn't do well
— shahid siddiqui (@shahid_siddiqui) June 18, 2016
— J Gopikrishnan (@jgopikrishnan70) June 18, 2016
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's decision to leave is a major setback to country. But, in a way, we don't deserve ppl like him.
— Maneesh Chhibber (@maneeshchhibber) June 18, 2016
They want to keep Pahlaj Nihalani and get rid of Raghuram Rajan...the intellectual standards are dazzling!
— Saba Naqvi (@_sabanaqvi) June 9, 2016
Markets are not irrationally in love with RBI chief Raghuram Rajan
— Pranay Gupte (@PranayGupte) June 9, 2016
Globally acknowledged. Inflation warrior. Economic guru. Independent mind. Bank surgeon. #RaghuramRajan leaving is a loss to the nation.
— Harsh Goenka (@hvgoenka) June 18, 2016