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sudhir dave
Rs, 85 left
by sudhir dave on Nov 20, 2016 08:44 PM

Basic issue is prevalent corruption as by which so called black money generated. But it was felt difficult as powerful politicians and bureaucrats to be caught and punished. It was difficult rather impossible as these people who takes all decisions in the country.So they misguided the Government.Same persons have removed Raghuraman as his next step was to attack corruption.Those who brought present Government will also remove present GoI

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I had 230 rupees cash when Modiji announced the #NoteBan
by on Nov 20, 2016 12:05 PM  | Hide replies

SIR, as you told you had you had 85 inr cash left. You paid for your needs by shopping at the mnc retail terminals. now it has given them more business that's fine but sir that has really dwindled the cash flow of the retail shopkeepers and thus they are becoming the victim and the money of INDIA is going out. What do you thing that will help. Now can you see it whether or not this is direct benefit that corporate houses are getting. Now justify your self i dont need an reply. #decision_against_public

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Expert Comments
Deposits is easy now
by Expert Comments on Nov 20, 2016 07:20 AM

No queue for deposits now, similarly withdrawals will also get easy in another week.

No need for panic actions. Many people unnecessarily panicked in the 1st week

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Selfish ideas
by Tapas on Nov 20, 2016 01:35 AM

Go and stay in remote villages where majority people who are more patriot than even you for a week and then comment all those big big words please.

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I still have Rs 85 cash left
by SHAKEELAHMED MALIK on Nov 19, 2016 10:37 PM

I guess u r and ingonorant person.
bcoz u dint noticed that you had meals outside in hotel and made milkman and other guy no payment. Is this ur calculation of cash.
now plsz tell us how would a farmer and daily wages labourer who earns daily a meager amount in cash, will run his family without cash.
you can say all this calculative bakwas coz u r in an it hub. What if u r in a remote arear wher your ur so called online grocerry wala will dont even give you supplys forget of discounts.
DONT JUST share ur experience and say that if you can so evrybody can survive.
Think of those who are living on or below poverty line in india. It is morethen 30 percent of population.

Plsz be practical and pay your pending bills. You will lose balance 85

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*Cashless Economy should be Model for Patriots*
by Santosh on Nov 19, 2016 10:28 PM  | Hide replies

We Youth must be Role Model to make a Society of Cashless transactions, which will have multi-fold of Benefits

- Access to New Technology, Many Startups with E-Wallet for Farmers,Small Vendors,Small Kirana Shops,Common Man

- Very Smooth, Instant and Comfortable transactions through Android Mobile Apps, Kiosks, Wireless POS

- No Hard Paper Cash, No Coins , No Change

-If Common man will make only Cashless transactions then all will be Painless, Just Small Investment in Android Mobile Apps

-Messy Pond will look like Blue Crystal Swimming Pool where All Black Fish will be immediately visible from Surface.

Paper Notes, Coins or Hard Cash is Evil in Entirety, Sooner Vanish Better That is.

If you do not need 500 or 1000 at all, Then Why Queue near BANK/ATM , Why such hardships and Why to associate standing in Queue to Patriotism ?

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sudhir dave
Re: *Cashless Economy should be Model for Patriots*
by sudhir dave on Nov 20, 2016 08:48 PM
In more than 80% illiterate how plastic money will be proved useful. Our all such acts are in ENGLISH of high definition. What these 80% will do.

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Samir  Padhi
Gross negligence
by Samir Padhi on Nov 19, 2016 07:40 PM

After the initial euphoria,now reality has started biting common man. Standing in long queues has eaten up our patience. And boards of no cash and out of order at ATMs act as rubjing salt on the injury. I wonder how long we can take it.

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mohammed karim
I still have Rs 85 cash left
by mohammed karim on Nov 19, 2016 05:50 PM


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Rediff is an urban phenomenon, cash-crunch is pan-India!
by on Nov 19, 2016 05:49 PM

RBI’s own March 2016 Bulletin puts the number of credit-card holders at 17.74 M which, as a proportion to India's population of 1332.71 M, translates to mere 1.33%. It is the rest, non-CC holders, in rural and remote areas who are facing the problems. Their plight is never highlighted because all the media reports [and photographs] belong to urban centers and there is almost not a single direct post like this on Rediff / other forum from any one of them.

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vishal mehta
Valid Article
by vishal mehta on Nov 19, 2016 03:31 PM

Good Job Rediff. Looks more genuine then those who write their reviews. This shows real life problem and how people trying to cope with it. positive and enlightening. as my teacher said - PROBLEMS ARE OPPORTUNITIES..

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