“Demonetization”

This blog has been inactive for some time and sincere apologies for the same.

This might look like not so current issue but considering its long lasting effects, this issue can still be deliberated upon.

“There are always some hardships faced before achieving some end, what we need to analyse- is the means of achieving the end worth it afterall for greater good?”watermark

Yes, demonetization has caused many hardships but at the end, it is all worth it for greater good. This is not just my view, interviewing the people who sell vegetables, auto rickshaw drivers, low income people; the comments I gathered were more or less same as- “Humari pareshaani to do din ki hai, par ab bade logon ki pareshani shuru hogi” (the common man’s hardships won’t last for much time but the bad time for businessman and corrupt politicians will start now); the people having most issues and problems with demonetisation are the ones who never paid tax on their income and gathered a lot of black money.

Considering the income tax raids and notices given to high income businessmen and politicians, there have been several inquiries going for the same purpose, over Rs.2,000 crores black money has been recovered by the income tax raids which clearly shows that the bad time for dishonest people has already started. Not only black money recovery but it has stopped funding of terrorists organisations, money laundering, illicit trade of drugs and weapons, naxalite groups have been caught and some of them surrendered themselves. Yes, it has led to long ques in front of banks and ATMs but at the end, but our efforts and co-operation will lead to a corruption free and cashless India.