It would be difficult for all Indians to forget 8 November 2016, the day on which 86 per cent of the currency in circulation was invalidated in one blow under the premise of demonetisation. The move was heralded to tackle black money, terror funding and fake currencies. No other event created so much furor, chaos or for that matter the spate of jokes, satires and debates on the merits of the move to tackle the said objectives. Black money is a matter of concern only in the context of fiscal policies which could be good policies . This book is an attempt to carry out a post-mortem analysis of the so-called surgical strike of demonetisation through illustrations and case studies that would unfold the mystery behind the move.
Awarded Certificate of Merit by Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, practicing Chartered Accountant. Mentor of Credit Rating Company. Governor-Reserve Bank of India and Bharatiya Reserve Bank and selected of CEOs of Institutions; and International level: The Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries (IFU) – Denmark. Infomerics India Foundation for financial research; “India Political Center” to undertake study on (a) Modern governance and responsible democracy and (b) Assessments of Politicians, Governments success and failure during their governance. Elected Trustee of India International Centre (2015 to 2017) and Executive Member (2005 to 2007, 2009 to 2011).