However, while the CM chose not to speak on it, senior Aam Aadmi Party colleague Sanjay Singh minced no words, saying the day the cash ban was announced remains a ‘black day’ for Indian economy.
According to the Labour Bureau's Sixth Annual Employment-Unemployment Survey, the unemployment rate rose to a four-year high in 2016-17, when the government demonetised old currency notes.
She said three years on, demonetisation is perhaps the single most appropriate metaphor for the BJP's "ill-conceived governance model".
'Ban Rs 2000 notes', says former finance secy Garg; warns against 'quick fixes' to reverse low growth
'A good chunk of Rs. 2000 bank-notes which accounts for approximately a third of India’s currency notes by value, are actually not in circulation, having been hoarded,' said Garg.
Bhawani Singh Rajawat said that the currency ban was an unplanned one and stated that it could have been implemented in a step-by-step process.
The people who were standing in queue along with Malkhan Singh at Gwalior's SBI branch were surprised to see the former outlaw.
From people dying in seemingly endless queues to marriages being called off, TNIE Online revisits the problems faced by harried account holders during those testing times.
The temple hundi was found to have been filled to the brim with the scrapped Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.
On November 8, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced to the nation that Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes would cease to be a legal tender.
Banerjee, during her campaign for the Lok Sabha elections, earlier this year, had promised to conduct an investigation into the demonetisation drive.
Her attack on the government came on the third anniversary of demonetisation.
As per the data accessed from the Ministry of Home Affairs, the fake currency notes having the face value of `1,72,73,110 were seized in Kerala from January 2017 to June 2019.
Dairy imports from New Zealand and Australia that would hurt Indian farmers and cooperatives, besides free data flow compromising data security.
The police have to keep them in custody as evidence in ongoing court cases, but are constrained by space as police stations do not have locker rooms.
The then Minister of State for Finance Pon Radhakrishnan had said then that information was being collected.