Debunking Demonetisation Myths

Did all pain lead to pleasure thereafter?

If all the demonetised money in value terms returns to the banks, it implies that there was no black money:

The Central Government is reneging on its sacred commitment to honour its currency and sacred commitment:

It is no Demonetisation: It is merely an Exchange Scheme:

Rs 2000/- new currency notes will encourage generation, storage and transportation of black money and encourage corruption:

Premature or ill-timed?

Cash Withdrawal post-30/12:

Demonetisation has destroyed value across the economy:

Conclusion:

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Dad, Leo, Mentor, ex-IAS, 1984 batch, superannuated as Spl. Chief Secretary, Punjab. Electronics Engineer, University of Manchester, UK, and Harvard Alumnus.

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KBS Sidhu, ex-IAS

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Dad, Leo, Mentor, ex-IAS, 1984 batch, superannuated as Spl. Chief Secretary, Punjab. Electronics Engineer, University of Manchester, UK, and Harvard Alumnus.

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