4th Anniversary of Note Ban:

Real aims and false claims

8th November 2020 marks four years since the day when Prime Minister Narender Modi announced at 8 pm, that all 500 and 1000 rupee notes in circulation would be considered illegal tender after midnight. Prime Minister Modi presented the Note Ban as a crusade against the growing inequality of wealth, against corruption and terrorism. He claimed that the aim was to unearth the black money hoarded by corrupt persons and deploy it for the benefit of poor hardworking people. People were given 50 days to deposit the 500 and 1000 rupee notes in their possession in banks.

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On the Note Ban: Real Aims and False Claims

NotebanFirst published in Jan 2017

Facts and events are analysed to expose the real aims of the note ban. The pamphlet goes on to critically examine the claims of the Government that the note ban will eliminate corruption, terrorism and the chasm between the rich and the poor. The real solution to the problems are explained in the last part of the pamphlet along with the immediate program to reach the solution.

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