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Rahul Gandhi dared the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to disclose how much black money returned to the banking system.
Currency in circulation increased from Rs 9 trillion in January 2017 to Rs 19.5 trillion as of September 14 this year.
Rahul alleged that note ban was not a mistake and was deliberately forced upon people to 'destroy the poor' and 'help the crony capitalists change their black money to white'
So far, development was the BJP's agenda but now it has been replaced by the Ram Mandir issue, Thackeray said further.
On November 8, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the controversial decision to make all the notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 invalid.
Speaking in the assembly, he sought that the Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 notes should be withdrawn and online transactions should be encouraged.
The central bank had earlier estimated the value of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes received, as on June 30, 2017, at Rs 15.28 trillion.
Venture investing in the country's fintech sector shot up five times to USD 2.4 billion during the year and was a major factor driving the surge in investments into such new- age companies globally.
The finance minister said the Indian economy is getting more formalised post note ban as more and more transactions now happen digitally.
The government's official estimate for FY18 growth stands at 6.5 per cent, much lower than what experts would call as the potential.
India's economic growth is likely to be below 7 per cent this fiscal, say experts, citing GST disruption and lingering impact of note ban.
Though demonetisation disrupted the economy and caused hardship to millions of people using cash, the controversial move accelerated digital transactions.
This is the first time that Tandon's name has appeared as an accused in the matter involving Lodha who was chargesheeted earlier this year for alleged conversion of over Rs 25 crore.
The newly introduced notes of Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 breach 90 per cent mark after 15 years, revealing the reliance on high denominations, defeating the purpose of note ban.
Randeep Singh Surjewala called AIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi as the "B-team of BJP" and said people should not pay attention to the polarising antics of such people.