The old Currency notes of RS 500 and RS 1000 are banned in India and new notes are been introduced. This decision was taken by the PM Narendra Modi, purely emphasis in washing away the black money from the country. Most of the people have come in support of the decision and are extending their support. The attention brings us on the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, who has made a controversial remake on the Black Money.
The Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav has extended his views on the Black money and says that this action put forward has helped Indian Economy during the global recession. He has also legitimated his strong opinions on standing against the Black money and says that he does not want to generate it in any way. Being the country’s youngest Chief Minister, Akhilesh comes in limelight expressing his controversial remarks and he has also been maintaining the Economists believe to impact the global economic crisis in the country.
On adding further with the statements, the Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister has also made it clear that the demonetization of the old currency notes can’t lead to wiping out the black money. The widespread awareness about the corruption stands well among the public. The minister further says that the Black Money holders who had Rs 500 and RS 1000 notes will now use the new Rs 2000 notes. He also strongly believes that this demonetization will have only a minimal impact on the economic crisis s of India. On the other side, Akhilesh has also slammed the NDA government for the major issues of pain faced by the common man because of the demonetizations.