"I am very confident, knowing the nature of (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi," he said in his address to a gathering of Indian-Americans in Virginia – a suburb of Washington DC.
Observing that bringing back the black money estimated to be around Rs 125 lakh crores would not be a problem, Swamy hoped that the government would soon initiate the process in this regard.
"It can be brought back," he said at the gathering organised by local chapter of 'LeadIndia2020' to pay homage to former president A P J Abdul Kalam.
Praising former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao for his bold steps and sagacity to launch and implement the economic reforms, Swamy hoped that at next Republic Day he would be posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna – the highest civilian award of the country.
Referring to the disruption of just concluded monsoon session of the Parliament, he said being nice to opposition does not produce results and hoped that the Prime Minister would learn lessons from it.


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