Thursday, November 24, 2016

War On Cash Strikes India

No one has actually noticed what is happening here but there is also something else going unmentioned here.  It is that Pakistan has engaged in massive counterfeiting to flood the Rupee market.  As all cash hoards will usually reflect illegal activity it is no wonder this step is been taken.  

Do note that you merely deposit your funds at the bank if you have nothing to hide.  Not a good idea if it can never be explained..

Thus we wipe our counterfeit supply and illegal stashes in the same move.  

Canada eliminated 1000 dollar bills a few years back to mainly inconvenience drug dealers..

Step by step India is slowly eliminating endemic corruption as well.  Thewhole society actually backs this and this has allowed politicians to progress there..

War On Cash Strikes India: PM Scraps Large Bills, Limits ATM Withdrawals To "Fight Corruption"

Nov 8, 2016 10:03 AM

In a fiery address to the Indian nation, PM Narendra Modi just took a major step in the war on cash that is being waged worldwide. Talking tough on fighting corruption and the black market economy, Modi decreed that the INR500 ($7.50), and INR1000 ($15) bills will no longer be legal tender and that ATM withdrawals will be limited to INR2000 ($30) for some.

"Fake money and terrorism are ruining the nation's fabric," Modi exclaimed, adding that "it was very important to keep this news under wrap. Due to this, RBI and post office have a major task ahead and RBI has also decided that all banks will be shut for the public on November 9."

"Honest man cannot buy a house, cannot get proper education due to black money."

"Cash economy aides black money, corruption and makes life difficult for the poor."

"Government is imposing a limit on high denomination notes. In the history of nations, such a moment comes when you realise that you must be part of this historical moment. This, is one such day. Every common man who is tired of corruption and black money is welcome to contribute to this catharsis. It is very important to cleanse the nation of the corruption."

"Come, let's all celebrate the festival of honesty"

As Bloomberg details,

India decided to abolish currency notes of 500 and 1,000 rupees denominations to fight rampant tax evasion and corruption, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a televised address to the nation.

The notes will no longer be legal tender from Nov. 8, and will have to deposited in banks by end of December, he said in a late evening message broadcast on major national television networks.

Some concessions will be allowed for use of the currency notes in government-run hospitals until Nov. 11.

The Rupee is rallying on the news...

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