Is India moving towards an impending financial crisis. Are the decisions taken by Modi and Urjit Patel push us into darkness of no return? The happenings say might be. After pushing people into no man's land with big note ban, Modi and his co are facing tough questions regarding the alternate big not of 2000. An organization named Factly approached the Reserve Bank through RTI about the value and exact amounts of old and new big notes published and taken back.
The shocking answer from the RBI is that it has no clear information about that. This means it literally does not know how much cash was printed and what happened to it. No one would have expected such a careless and irresponsible answer from the apex bank.
Giving strength to this answer, RBI governor Urjit Patel sweated his palms to withstand the questions posed by PAC about the note ban and further developments, only saved by the former prime minister Manmohan Singh. Seeing the overall situation, we are going towards an impending bankruptcy.
Is prime minister going to handover another bomb on December 31st? Sources say yes. With the common man already suffering with the note ban, this news is sending shivers down the spine to many. Many people managed to turned their black money white with the help of some bankers illegally but the most suffering has been faced by the common man.
When inquired deeper regarding that impending statement, there has been no clue so far and the government is taking extreme care not to divulge anything. There are gossips that there are going to be many shocking revelations and decisions in the speech to be given by Modi on December 31st. Analysts say that this is going to be announcement of plastic notes, others say it is going to be another sensational announcement about note ban and many others say that this is going to be a new law about benami and gold regulations. But general public is of the opinion that whatever be the decision, they cannot face any more hardships.
When a private bill was introduced in Rajya Sabha to discuss specials status to AP, central minister Hari Bhai Chaudhary stated that the state doesn’t require any such thing. Reacting on this, president of AP Special Status Achievement Committee, hero Shivaji said that central minister Venkaiah Naidu tore his clothes and promised special status to the state. He reminded that only two legislators KCR and Vijayasanthi stalled the entire house to achieve Telangana but our MPs were just dilly dallying while this was happening in the house.
He said that we should feel ashamed to even talk about prime minister Modi now. He lambasted that Modi is just an artificial prime minister and is not the real one. He said that Modi has grudge on AP and is playing a vicious political game on AP. He said that people of AP are advanced enough to not fall into such political trap. He indirectly made comments on Chandra Babu Naidu that whoever now goes towards BJP will lose their value.
He said that people of AP lost belief on Modi and if TDP stays with BJP, it will not get even deposits in the next elections. He demanded that TDP should come out of alliance with BJP and attack central government. He lamented the injustice meted to AP in all respects.
YCP MLA Roja stated that Chandra Babu Naidu is the brand ambassador for corruption. She said that their leader Jagan did not do any wrong and is continuing in politics with the sole purpose of serving the poor. She questioned if TDP and Chandra Babu Naidu are ready for CBI enquire on corruption. She also came down heavily on defected MLA stating that while those MLAs say that they are leaving YCP for development of their constituency, it is for their own development.
She questioned the promises fulfilled by Chandra Babu Naidu and also expressed dissatisfaction why promises of bifurcation are not getting implemented. She remarked that her party did not win by bowing to Pawan Kalyan and Modi and reminded that though Chandra Babu Naidu tried upside down and touched every feet, the margin was just 5 lakhs. She said that they contested the previous elections with belief on people and concluded that TDP leaders are looting farmers in the name of capital. She said that the defection of MLAs from opposition will not strengthen the ruling party but the opposition.