Notes ban has led to migration from cities, says Govindacharya


New Delhi, Jan 21, 2017: Former Sangh ideologue K N Govindacharya on Friday said no mechanism was put in place to evaluate the impact of demonetisation and continued note ban has led to a migration of people from cities to villages due to lack of work.

Speaking to the media on the sideline of the inauguration of 4th National Students Parliament at the G H Raisoni College of Engineering here, Govindacharya asserted that “Demonetisation impact assessment mechanism was not put in place by the government. People from villages working in cities are returning home due to lack of work.”

While talking about the Indian economy, the former BJP General Secy said the model of Gross domestic product based growth will increase unemployment in the nation.

Taking potshots at the Bhartiya Janata Party’s 2014 poll slogan of ushering in good days, he said ‘ache din have come for I-Tax Department and Enforcement Directorate (ED).’

“They have got an opportunity to show their “afsarshahi (babudom). The Government should keep a tab and ensure bureaucracy does not act in an irresponsible manner.”

Wefornews Bureau

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