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'
After five months of decline in growth, India’s gross domestic product jumped to 6.3 per cent in the second quarter of FY18.
Rahul Gandhi said note ban and GST rollout have broken the legs of Surat as he observed a black day in the country's textile and diamond hub.
As traders supplying goods to other cities are unable to buy goods due to shortage of cash, there are not many orders received.
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Mamata urged people to change their Twitter DPs into black to protest against the sudden invalidation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes.
After being verified, sorted, shredded, recycled, they were sent to Kerala's North Malabar region– where it was further pressed into pulp to produce something charged with 28 percent GST–hardboard.
Arun Jaitley said that the impact of structural reforms is behind us and the early economic indicators point to an improvement.
PM Modi while addressing the Parivartan Rally in Himachal Pradesh said that the election has become one-sided as the Congress have run away.
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Mishra tried to punctured a Delhi-based businessman Mukesh Kumar claims that he has given donation to the party legally.
Congress’s high-powered seminar will focus on difficulties faced by the poor in the hinterland, job cuts, impact on artisan, farmers, trade.
Das, on his part, assured that there is no complacency with the government as the focus is on greater delivery and faster implementation of schemes.