Monday, September 4, 2017

Re: [IAC#RG] RBI confesses that demonetisation failed

 Cockroaches flushed out in 1978 demonetisation are still alive as the court cases started by Govt against them are still continuing.

Cockroaches of this type unless finished in their bill escape and enter other dark spaces of litigation.

It was the lack of planning and foresight in implementation of demonetisation exercise that resulted in escape of cockroaches.

People suffered physically for 2 months but are to suffer economically for longer period as GDP growth has been successively falling every quarter since then and is 5.7% for April June 2017 against 7.9% for April June 2016. Effect of this slow down is cumulative.


From: Natarajan <>
To: ravindra malhotra <>; P.C.Pandian <>
Sent: Monday, September 4, 2017 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: Re: [IAC#RG] RBI confesses that demonetisation failed

Cockroaches prefer dark spots. If they are in hiding they cannot be destroyed. First you have to flush them out into the open. That is what demonetization has done. Now banks are flush with funds. The taxman has access to them..Benami transactions are being exposed.

On Monday 4 September 2017, 7:56:00 AM IST, P.C.Pandian <> wrote:

You have missed one more of the stated objectives - flushing out of counterfeit notes, which also failed miserably. This goes to prove that demonetisation is not the route to weed out the four maladies. But Mr.Modi is nobody's fool. He must very definitely done it on purpose. Was it sensationalistion, the assembly elections of those five states or something else? Have you any clue? Regards.

On Aug 31, 2017 16:30, ravindra malhotra <> wrote:
 It is true that all the 3 objectives stated by our PM while announcing the demo i.e. elimination of black money, ending corruption and hitting terrorism have failed. FM therefore now says that there have been benefits to economy in the form of digitisation etc - which only time will tell. While the concept of demo might not have been bad, its implementation without preparation and without analysing all aspects resulted in its failure.

Adverse effects of de-mo on the economy are very much visible - Services index negative for first time  in last 2 decades, Manufacturing index lowest in last decade, employment generation less than half of the targets, GDP growth down to 6.4% for first quarter of 2017-18 against 7.9 % of first quarter of last financial year


From: Sarbajit Roy <>
To: indiaresists <>
Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2017 10:23 AM
Subject: [IAC#RG] RBI confesses that demonetisation failed

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Wednesday disclosed that almost 99 per cent of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes which were withdrawn from circulation on November 8, 2016 has returned to the central bank, confirming what the government's critics had been pointing out about the weak economic rationale for demonetisation. This also raises questions about the overall gains and the impact on the economy, especially the informal sector, because of the disruption it caused.

Nine months after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, the RBI finally revealed in its annual report that notes worth Rs 15.28 lakh crore were deposited by people as on June 30, 2017. This indicates that notes worth only Rs 16,000 crore were not returned since the value of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes in circulation was Rs 15.44 lakh crore on the day demonetisation was announced.
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