This is a wonderful analysis of why the revenue rose after demon.
People/Economics can be at time strage.
Now people need old not to justify cash at hand. I cam across this article in TOI.
Well,jokes and rhetoric aside, how do RBI treat the notes which are not returned.
C. Rangarajan & Usha Thorat have their take in mint. This is quite a lesson in accounting
Rajiv Gowda, a professor at IIMB, and a Congress Rajya Sabha articulates in The Hindu, what is the real story behind the growth in UPA.
The story started when previous PM Dr Manmohan Singh, penned a article in The Hindu expressing his concerns on demonetization. S. Gurumurthy, RSS ideologue, published a rejoinder to same, that it was growth of now demonetized money which fuelled the growth. This also fuelled corruption and black money, he argues.
- In the present of article Prof. Gowda argues:
- Growth was real
- The growth in asset price and gold and stock market was in line with norms.
All the three articles are very nice reads.
What exactly is going on:
NAmita Wahi in ET argues that this move might be illegal.
As we go in Post-Demonitized India, Conspirasy theories are bound to follow. But some raise the issue, which warrant further investigation.
Ishan Bakshi & Nitin Sethi has filed this report in BS. The 3-lakh crore deposit in a fortnight is unprecedented and so is withdrawl of 1.2 lakh crore in the following fortnight.
In the present days of modern monetary system, independence of Central banks is given paramount importance. FED, ECB every single one has guarded this independence tooth and nail. Demonetization of 85% of currency takes some nerves, just too much risk is involved. Which raises question how much was the involvement of RBI in it. Media states on six people knew about it, RBI governor and ex-governor (erstwhile governor) from RBI knew of it. Which means it never reached the board. This makes is much more murkier. Dr Rajan and Dr Subbarao put everything inline to protect this independence. I wonder how much is it now. It almost seems North Block is running RBI. Shaktikant Das is making all the announcement, Dr Urjit Patel is not be seen anywhere. Ex- Dy Director KC Chakrabarty spills the beans further. This was proposed during UPA-II time, but was rejected and did not reached the board state.