Actress Anushka Das celebrating Demonetization and welcomes Remonetization
November 8, 2016, the most momentous day of past year, saw Donald Trump spectacularly defeat Hillary Clinton to become the next President of the United States. On that same day, India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, gave a surprise address in which he announced the demonetization of the 500 and 1000 rupee notes. In a single masterstroke, the government has attempted to tackle all three malaises plaguing the economy—a parallel economy, counterfeit currency, and terror financing. Many people saw criticizing the act of Demonetization effort that aimed to clean out the black market's cash supply and counterfeit notes which completely disrupted the social, political, and economic spheres of the world’s second-largest emerging market. Some people have adored and embraced the move but some reacted in a different magnitude. But there were many who stood for nation betterment and support the initiative. Recently Actress Anushka Das saw celebrating the Demonetization and welcome Remonetization in New Year. Remonetization is a big salute to Virtuous India as the actress said change can bring about a bit of discomfort but it is for the larger good of people and the nation. This is a welcome move from our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. He has taken a bold, brave decision for the betterment of our economy. When a decision of this magnitude is made, there will be side–effects and damages.
Actress Anushka Das is truly impressed by the PM Narendra Modi move and was seen celebrating it with the cake of PM Modi and new 2000 rupees note to honours PM's effort as New India is born, she said, "It's a thanksgiving to PM Modi as he has gone ahead with a very strong move for your larger vision to wipe out corruption in our country. And I think every Indian should celebrate and thank PM Narendra Modi for our New India a corruption free country. I salute PM Modi’s move to wipe out black money and want to Congratulate, him with a return gift."
After almost 65 days criticizes doesn't accept the change and raise their opinion whenever they get a chance. Recently CPM General Secretary Sitaram Yechury said the party will launch a nationwide agitation against demonetization and the economic policies of the Centre. Addressing a public meeting, organized as part of the central committee meeting of the party here, Yechury said the BJP Government at the Centre should withdraw restrictions on cash withdrawal from banks introduced as part of the demonetization. "As for the 2019 election many political parties will use this act to demolish the ongoing government but as a truly Indian. Anushka Das said the opposition can speak anything but I beleive there will be no problem in future for BJP and PM Narendra Modi as they will be up for re-election in 2019
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