Pray for the victims, especially those in cash.
They will never get justice for their losses and are yet to receive a full account from the government of the country.
The victims have gone from a country of wealth and opportunity to a country that has lost so much.
There are more than a million such cases.
It is a matter of shame and a sad reflection of the way the government has been treating the people of this country.
The demonetised currency is being replaced with the equivalent of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, but there is no official statement on how much cash is going into circulation or how much money will be exchanged.
The government has not released the total value of the currency.
The central bank has stated that this will be around Rs 12 lakh crore, but this is not a good estimate, and it is difficult to know how much the country has lost.
The government’s move to demonetise cash has made it difficult for the poor and the elderly to transact with each other, making it difficult to keep their finances up and moving in the right direction.
Even the elderly are finding it difficult.
As the country moves towards a cashless economy, the elderly have been left behind.
They will have to rely on the government for help, especially in the form of a monthly pension.
The elderly do not have the money to do their own shopping.
The bank will have no option but to hand over the money and pay a deposit, and the government will have an additional responsibility to provide them with financial assistance.
Prasanna Bhattacharya, who is the vice-president of the National All India Pension Association (NAPIA), said that the government’s demonetization of cash has had a big impact on people’s livelihoods.
He added that the elderly, as well as the elderly poor, are also affected, and many people have lost their savings.
A cashless society will make it very difficult for them to meet their needs and to get their basic needs met, and will be detrimental to the entire economy.
While the government is saying that the country is in a cash-free era, the fact is that we are still in a transition period.
This will be a long and hard road to take, and this is the reason why many are unhappy.
There is a huge demand for the bank to get rid of old notes, especially for the elderly.
They are being left with no other option but cash.
I have been in this field for 20 years.
I am glad that the people in the country are trying to do what is right for them.
The RBI has told the Indian media that a total of Rs 5,000 crore will be deposited into the RBI accounts in cash by April 10, 2019.
The banks will continue to accept banknotes, however, the RBI will be able to withdraw a maximum of Rs 10,000 per day through ATMs.
This amount is likely to go up to Rs 50,000 daily.
The RBI has said that all the transactions will be done through electronic transactions, and cash will be used for only the payments for which cash is accepted.
According to the RBI, people who had old notes would not be able move any further and the old notes will be converted to Rs 500 notes.
This is the first time in the history of the bank that old notes are being converted to cash.
It will be seen how long this process takes.