In contemporary times, Marxist academicians like Ayesha Jalal blame Gandhi and the Congress for being unwilling to share power with Muslims and thus hastening partition. Hindu leaders such as Pravin Togadia , leader of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad ("World Hindu Council") and Prime Minister Narendra Modi , have also criticised Gandhi's leadership and actions on this topic. Gandhi also came under some political fire for his criticism of those who attempted to achieve independence through armed liberation movements. His refusal to protest against the hanging of Bhagat Singh , Sukhdev , Udham Singh and Rajguru by the British occupation authorities was a source of condemnation and intense anger for many Indians.   Economists, such as Jagdish Bhagwati , have criticized Gandhi's ideas of swadeshi .