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Mangaluru/Udupi: Congress observes 'black day' against demonetisation, terms it 'biggest scam'


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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

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Mangaluru, Nov 8: The district Congress on Wednesday November 8 observed 'black day' at its party office to mark the first anniversary of scrapping of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes on November 8, 2016 by the central government. The Congress leaders termed demonetisation as the 'biggest scam' that favoured only the rich.

Addressing the protestors, minister for food and civil supplies U T Khader said, "We are observing black day across the nation against the BJP-led central government for pushing people into pathetic condition with demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes a year ago. The economic growth was very good when UPA government was at the centre, but since the BJP government came to power the economy has slipped into a critical stage.

"When demonetisation was announced several Congress leaders opined that it would be a tragedy to Indian economy, but nobody listened. BJP should disclose white paper regarding economy. BJP's wrong policy has affected scores of people," he said.

Chief whip of legislative council Ivan D'Souza said, "A year ago demonetisation was termed as 'surgical strike'. But several experts said that it would have a huge negative impact on Indian economy, after which Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a 90-day time frame to bring things back to normalcy, and promised that people would welcome the move thereafter. It has been a year, still people have not recovered from the surgical strike on the notes. People are still running helter skelter. Several people lost their lives because of demonetisation.

"Demonetisation was done with the prime objective to unearth black money and curb terror financing, but neither of these objectives has become a reality till date. Instead, it has claimed several lives of the poor, while none of the big businessmen or rich persons died. No compensation was given to families who lost their loved ones. This has turned out to be India's biggest scam, and a huge advantage for the rich to turn their black money to white," he said.

MLA J R Lobo said, "Demonetisation of notes can be termed as a tragedy due to which the country's growth rate came down drastically. There is nothing wrong in demonetisation, but it was not implemented in the right manner. They should have discussed and given prior intimation to the people and taken alternative measures."

District Congress president Harish Kumar said, "This move of demonetisation was a huge advantage for the rich, as it allowed them to convert their black money to white. Demonetisation favoured the rich and not the poor. The poor had to suffer and even lose their lives."

Mayor Kavita Sanil, deputy mayor Rajaneesh, MCC chief whip Shashidhar Hegde, corporators Akhila Shetty, Appi, Sabitha Misquith and others were present.

 

Udupi


Demonetisation - District Congress observes black day under Oscar's leadership

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Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (SP)

Udupi, Nov 8: District Congress leaders and workers gathered at Congress Bhavan at Brahmagiri here on Wednesday November 8 to observe 'black day' to protest against measures undertaken by the central government that have been detrimental to the nation and its citizens. Congress activists wearing black bands in their hands participated in the programme.

"Being in the opposition, we have the responsibility to keep monitoring the working of the BJP government, and educate people about upheavals, wrongs, tragedies, financial disasters etc with which the government is involved. We are observing black day for this purpose," All India Congress Committee general secretary, Oscar Fernandes, stated.

"When demonetisation exercise was introduced on November 8, 2016, we were told that it was for the betterment of the country. Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, sought 50 days time to show positive results of this measure. It has been 365 days ever since, and the government has nothing show anything that is positive. We are not against note ban, cashless society etc. But we cannot remain silent spectators to the sufferings of the people caused by the central government. When former Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, alerted Modi about the deadly side affects of the measure in the Lok Sabha, Modi spoke lightly of him, asking him why was there any need to wear raincoat when taking bath.

"The government has now confessed that the GDP has come down to 5.8 percent, a fall of one percent which means loss of one percent of population by way of jobs. Modi had assured in meetings to create two crore new jobs every year. In that rate, he should have been able to create seven crore new jobs in three and half years. Instead, two crore have lost their jobs. People of Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Gujarat etc have come to streets because of sufferings they are going through. Textile industry in Gujarat, which never protested in the past, now came out and participated in the strike because it is facing crisis and Gujarat is facing black day," Oscar stated.

"Modi was talkative in the past but of late his words have become very less. Our party leaders and workers should explain the current financial situation of the country to people during 'Mane Manege Congress' programme. We can see large presence of people in rallies in which Rahul Gandhi speaks, while in Modi's meetings, people can be seen walking away before the end of his address. Modi's meetings are characterized by 'Swachcha' phenomenon, that is lot of vacant seats," he commented.

Oscar said that with the introduction of GST there is 28 percent tax on hotel industry, which in turn, affects common people. He asked party workers to spread this awareness among families. He said that the party is busy preparing for the coming election with popular support. He said that his party is now expected to educate people about the follies of Modi government. Terming many of Modi's measures as mere gimmicks, he said that Modi indulges in various things to cover up for failures. "He promised to bring changes in one month, but failed to show any result. He promised to credit Rs 15 lac rupees to everyone's account by bringing back black money from abroad, but failed to do so. GDP fall has been provided by statistics given by UNESCO. Our country has gone down in the list of BPL nations from No. 67 to 100, which means unemployment and poverty have risen. We have to fight against such things," Oscar added.

Chairman of Karnataka State Minorities Development Corporation, MA Gafoor, said that the measures undertaken by BJP government have created disastrous resuls in financial system. "Several people who stood in long queues in banks during demonetisation exercise collapsed and died. No compensation has been disbursed to them so far, and the Prime Minister has not responded to advice for the same. This is a blot on the country. Small industries suffered huge loss because of demonetisation,. LPG price hike has directly affected poor people. We have protested against such things in Lok Sabha. When banks were nationalized, BJP had protested. Now they are silent. They made changes in planning commission as a result of which the country is sliding down financially. Only Ambanis and Adanis have prospered. Sufferings of common people have increased. Government should take notice of these things," he said.

Many Congress leaders and activists were present.

Comment on this article

  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Thu, Nov 9 2017

    Right call and protest for a genuine cause

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Instead of inserting Nano Chip in Rs 2000 notes, if they had replaced "Nano chip" with "NaMo chip" in Blind Bhakth's brain, we would have seen some genuine development!

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  • mahesh, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Who gave you this false info about chip inserted in the note?
    I didn't see any RBI or government notification about this.

    DisAgree [8] Agree [17] Reply Report Abuse

  • Rocks, Mangalore

    Thu, Nov 9 2017

    Chela of Chaddis Ranganna ( Public tv ) and all other feku paid media to divert the shock from the note change.

    Simple...

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Thu, Nov 9 2017

    hey Mahesh... I got information of Nano chip in Rs 2000 currency from Sudhir of CheeTV and Public Ranganna :)

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  • mahesh, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    well, thats not official statement,isnt it?
    news from any TV channels should be taken with a pinch of salt
    Be it Republic or NDTV.

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  • Anand, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    You took 60 years, but these are super fast!

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  • Nash, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Chor machaye shor

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  • ABD, LOS ANGELES

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    ALL CHORS HAVE GATHERED TOGETHER

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  • pircki, panchanabettu

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    black day for black money holder, good day for common man. I agree, the economic growth of black money holders were very good when UPA government was at the centre. from last 70 years poor people become poor only why? that is the reason the same poor people supported the demonetisation.

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  • Dayananda, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Shame on you people ,you people looted our country for 70 years ,now When our beloved prime minister of India working day and night selflessly for the betterment of the country you people cant tollerate.

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  • Robert Pais, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Sure demonetization has hurt the economy because it has caused more hurt than gain.
    It is not only 70 years but what is happening now: the way we are taxed , it makes 70 years a spec of dust.
    For those who are ignorant: it is we the people who need to question the ruling government. If GST implementation was faulty let's take the government to task.
    People who question the government need not be antibjp or antinarionals.
    It is our sovereign right and it is the right thing to do.
    Tell me what are our sitting MLA and MP in particular have done to Mangalore?

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  • Avinash, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Indeed a black day for black money fellas

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  • Chetan Serrao, Bangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Modi said " he will bring all the corrupts to the street one day, so today we can see them on the streets ".

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  • Langoolacharya., Belman/Wash DC.

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Absolutely correct...these people lost 'Suitcase' full of currency....that's why they are crying in streets now....

    Best example is DV Saddu Gowda...when his brother died in KMC hospital a year ago...he tried to deposit 'Demonetized notes' with KMC to release the DEAD BODY OF HIS BROTHER...

    He should also joined these chors in the picture...who lost their suitcases...and crying in streets now...

    Chorni is smart..she initially deposited all her money in Swiss banks...now every time she goes for 'Medical Check up'...she shuffles them to different countries...so Modi cannot catch her...

    Modi also good for nothing...he should have done , day he came to power what Saudi's did last week...that is the way...first round up ...then ask them questions in Custody...

    Just show them 'Aeroplane'...without boarding it...they will show where their black money is hidden...one of the couple in picture has thousands of acres of tea estate in Assam...Chaiwala gives Bashaans and goes back to Sleep mode...Shame on Chaiwala...

    ...JH...

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  • Kiran D Souza, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    All corrupt looters who looted the country for long 70 years are on the road now, your street play will give extra mileage to MODI.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Better teach a lesson in 2019 Election.

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  • Harish, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Last year Modiji told - "sab ko kaale dande korko road pe khada kardunga. chein se sone nahi doonga" Now all are in streets poor fellows..ha ha ha!!!

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  • Joseph F. Gonsalves, Bannur, Puttur / Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    In the 19th and in the 20th century in the Indian history we didn't find a biggest scam like demonetisation.

    DEMONETISATION IS A BIGGEST SCAM OF THE 21ST CENTURY,

    ONE M.L.A., 15 CRORES IN GUJARAT.

    IN MY OPINION NO M.L.A HAVE CLAIMED 15 CRORES IN THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY.

    CHAAI, CHAAI, CHAAI......

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  • Rajesh, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    You give accurate figures. you are better than an Astrologer.

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  • P. Shirish kumar, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Mr. Modi proved himself true.

    Mr. Modi told I will bring all corrupt people on road one day. We can see today all who hidden black money & lost it, has come to street.

    Not a common man there, you can count harly 50 to 60 people demonstrating....ha....ha

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    amit shah was speaking 2 stones & chairs chaiwala modi a big liar. black is black. black cannot be made white.

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  • Joseph F. Gonsalves, Bannur, Puttur / Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Dear P. Shirish kumar, Mangalore,

    You will not accept demonetisation was a total blunders mismanagent, a loot and a plulder.

    Come down and see the ground realities. People have lost Jobs, No business, Prices are increased, Small scale industries are closed. Virtually there India is lawless and economic chaos.

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  • Praveen, Mangalorean

    Thu, Nov 9 2017

    @P. Shirish kumar, Mangalore you are wrong see who is on streets making them fit to gain people again in 2019...????

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  • Suman Lobo, Bajpe Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    All that is fine but. what Mrs. Fernandes is doing there? looks like she will be inheriting the post.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Scam of the Century 😁😁😁

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  • Raj, Ashoknagar

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    poor joke.

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  • Indian, Bangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    99% of notes came back. All the rich who kept black money at home, got a chance to deposit in the bank and earn interest on it. Thanks to DeMo, Thanks to Modi.

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  • anthony, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Organised Loot and Legalised Plunder resulting in Catastrophic Blunder are words of Wisdom from an Eminent and World Renowned Economist. The PM and the BJP are responsible for the loss of over hundred citizens who lost their lives due to this senseless measure of demonitisation. Indeed a Black Day for India.

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Those who had black money must have had a clue and sucessfully convrted to new notes.
    In the pretext house wives, those who had chillare cash, vendors, restaurants so on
    suffered. Rich had their means how to go with flow. Not a single Minister ever stood in the Que ? Why double standards. ?

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  • SJM, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    It's much better than Empty Chairs speach ......

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  • Joseph F. Gonsalves, Bannur, Puttur / Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Indian Economy collapsed like a Pack of Cards Built by the Great Graceful Congress.

    India Modified into Chaos.
    India Modified into Jobless.
    India Modified into Black Day.
    India Modified into Flight Mode.
    India Modified into Rails Derails.
    India Modified into J. Shah Bachavo.
    India Modified into Great Selfish Tax.
    India Modified into Rs.20/= for Chaai.
    India Modified into Economy Collapse.
    India Modified into rise in Petrol Prices.
    India Modified black day Demonetisation.
    India Modified into loosing Indian Kashmir.
    We all Observe November 8th a Black Day.

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  • Unknown, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Simply by curiosity, how much money did you loose last year??

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  • Joseph F. Gonsalves, Bannur, Puttur / Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Dear Nameless Unknown, Mangalore,

    Don't pretend as Unknown, How much money you received directly from RBI for your Black money???!!! I am an NRE

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  • BH Balakrishna PAI, Mangaluru/Mumbai

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Biggest scams of the century like CWG,2G and coal scam were perpetrated by the Congress/UPA government. The demonetization was for the betterment of the country despite initial problems. Congress is now shouting against demonetization in the garb of protecting the poor. Congress only looted the country and its honest people during 10 years of their misrule.

    Your(Congress) shouting /demonstration does not help . Majority of the people of the country have already accepted the demonetization as a good move by the government against the black money and corruption besides many other benefits it entails.

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  • ANIKETH, MUMBAI

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    frustated congress people.
    they are really helpless.

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  • Harish, BCRoad

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    there is no scam to identify to congress with central government so they are holding this as scam and misguiding the general public especially the rural area people. Actually some little problems are faced by all of us due to demonetization. But there is not too much problem we faced regarding this as the opposition party is stating. All Are shouting problem happend due to demonitization but they have not telling what problem they had. I guess they don't have an opportunity now to store black money.

    Simply political gimmicks by congress....

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  • mahesh, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Guys, when you talk about scams, you should have proof...take the proof and approach court. .why haven't you done so till now?
    We want to know.

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  • PAM Suvarna, karla

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Nation wants to know

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  • JR, MANGALORE

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    IT IS A SHAME ON NATIONAL PARTY LIKE CONGRESS TO OPPOSE DEMONETISATION WHICH

    TANTAMOUNT INDIRECTLY SUPPORTING CORRUPTION. SOME ARE CAUGHT AND SOME OF

    THEM STILL HOLDING OLD CURRENCY IT SEEMS. WHAT THEY ACCUMULATED HAVE GONE

    JUST PIECES OF PAPER TO THE WASTE BOX. THERE ARE SOME FOOLS WHO LISTEN TO THEM

    AND WE WILL SEE A U P LIKE RESULTS IN KARNATAKA TOO AFTER ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS.

    IF ONE CANNOT DO, LET OTHERS DO GOOD THINGS INSTEAD OF MISGUIDING SOCIETY.

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  • NAVEEN, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    See this photos one Minister, one MLA , one MLC and one Mayor is there. But still not much crowd. It means public not supported this Black day programme.

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  • SJM, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    It's much better than Empty Chairs speach ......

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  • Desi Admi, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Not more than 15 people, what sort of protest is this, Of course , Demo is a tragedy for
    1. Bangkok Baabu who has to rely upon Karnatakas tax payers money in UP elections to distribute Khats, as the black money was lost.
    2. Mumaith Khan lost her Kolkatta fly over bribes, Sharada collections, Narada collections and she has to nominate Firahd Hakim as Tarakeshwar temple president to explore new ways of fund gathering for TMC.
    3. Kejriwal used Satyendra Jain hawala route to fund his ambition of becoming Punjab CM, but lost due to demonetization.
    4. Seetharam Yechory;s friends in forest Naxals, lost 1300 crores due to demonetization and they usually fund CPM with it, As a result naxal cadre started deserting without salaries. They even demanded exchange of old currency from the contractors who they extracted from, but they refused.

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  • Abhi, Kudla

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Also DK Shivakumara' s 4,200 crore illegal properties under hammer.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    make narco test 2 shoba.

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  • Brendon, Benjanapadavu

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Oscar anna in town after so many years ? Now remembered his constituency before elections ?

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  • PAM Suvarna, karla

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Black day for those who lost black money,good day for poor common man who wants to see better days.

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  • Abhi, Kudla

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    How come UT Kadar & Kavita didnt say Down Down Modi when they met Modiji in the Airport last week ?

    Also, Kavita posed for photo with Modiji & proudly declared that she took photos of President, PM & Governor in her tenure. Why Double Standards by UTKadar & Kavita ?

    All show & political gimmicks to increase their political mileage ?

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  • Raj, Ashoknagar

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    U. T. Khader & Mayor Kavita has 'podige' to say Down Down in front of Modi.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    bhakt should make down down infront of rahul gandhi. podige atta.

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  • Raj, Ashoknagar

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    First, 'slaves of khangress' should do down down in front of your rahul.

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  • Ponkra, Dubai

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Who lost most they will shout loudly. I am common man and our PM decession was wise he made them to shout with pain..........

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  • Beowulf, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Those who sitting in front lost lot of money due to demonetisation.

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  • NAVEEN, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Not much crowd, big flop show. Bunch oh jokers.

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  • Dinesh, Dubai

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    huge crowed ... "Beedige ilida kallaru".

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  • Desi Jawan, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Bunch oh jokers. . Kala dhan possessors

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  • Unknown, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Crowed for black day explains people have accepted the demonetisation.
    Instead of these things let them vist govt hospitals, road conditions in mangalore etc... do some useful things.

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  • santhu, Mumbai

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Black day for BLACK MONEY holders.

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  • uday Shetty, bangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    I am seeing considerable increase in POS machines across shops. Even grocery shops have started putting a POS machine.Its a very good sign .I think another round is required to remove 2000 rupees notes .If lower configuration is available then only people will be forced to use digital payment systems and traders will not be able to stock notes .

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  • Audit 1, Abu Dhabi

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    "Ache Din" will never come unless economy improve. Better focus on it by ruling party.

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  • uday Shetty, bangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    My home loan rate of Interest is down after DeMo - earlier I was paying around 40K every month and now after DeMo it has come down to around 36K and it's a sizable saving every month for me - I have my home loan in Corporation Bank, Coimbatore. I support DeMo initiative...!!

    DisAgree [17] Agree [54] Reply Report Abuse

  • Rocks, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    I do agree with you in home loan case but modi government is like give little happiness and take back big one.

    GST is an example ...
    What is the difference between before GST and After ???

    Are you happy with the bill you get after shopping ??? or anytime you felt like huff, before it was better.

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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    After long time, recently gone to a restaurant and to my surprise, there was 18% GST on my bill. If I ever knew it, i would not have entered that restaurant at all.

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  • mahesh, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Before there was VAT which was not reflected in the bill..now u see it..that's all..prices have not increaSd after GST..tax compliance has increased.

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  • Harish, BCRoad

    Wed, Nov 8 2017

    Yes... Nobody will talk about lot of advantages of demonetization. Everybody blames and talk about some disadvantages only. This is said dirty politics.

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