acting-man.com / Jayant Bhandari / November 25, 2016
When Money Dies
In part-I of a dispatch we talked about what happened during a initial dual days after Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi criminialized Rs 500 and Rs 1000 banknotes, comprising of 88% of a financial value of income in circulation. In part-II, we talked about a scenes, chaos, desperation, and large detriment of prolific ability that this anathema had led to over a subsequent few days.
Now, dual weeks later, a conditions is removing many worse, and some-more desperate. It is apparent that Modi single-handedly took a preference to anathema a banknotes, with many people in his cupboard and probably all in a executive bank preoccupied to his plan.
There is probably no manifest antithesis to a enforced ban, for any politician who opposes a anathema risks carrying his possess misdeeds — and they are all hurtful — brought to a open space by Modi. A loyal demagogue, Modi, has already assured a gullible, salaried center category that anyone who opposes a anathema is stealing hurtful income and is anti-national.
With each flitting day, it has not only turn clearer that a anathema was of no use to eradicate