( Sunaina Malik(Rajouri)
As per nature’s law, a mother has to endure rigorous labor pain in order to give birth to a new life on the back of this planet and it would be childish to anticipate the advent of novel life on this planet without the pain to his or her mother, in the similar fashion, our mother India is also facing a bit of inconvenience after the announcement of demonetisation by honorable Prime Minister. But friends this inconvenience is nothing in comparison to the arrival of a newly born India. An India where every Indian would have enough to eat , drink and wear, an India where every Indian would have a pucca house of his own , an India where no Indian would live in slum and rags, where no Indian would commit suicide out of heavy debts, where no Indian die out of hunger and poverty, where no mother would only aspire for the opulence and comfort for her children , where no child would leave his studies for making his both end meet, an India where our farmers will not commit suicide for non payment of compensation, an India where our old folk will not have to shed tears for the non availability of amount of pension in Indian banks and where there will not exist enough gap between a poor and rich.
In these days only one question is floating in the mind of every Indian and that is how demonetisation could bring a dreamy, affluent and prosperous India? So the answer to this big and awaited question is that a country works on its resources, man power and payment of tax from its people. Amid man power there are two sections of population earner and dependent. Earners earn the money and dependent use some amount of money earned by earner, What will happen, if earners grab the whole amount of production leaving nothing for dependent part of society? Surely there arises hue and cry amid depended section of society. I am very apologetic to say that but something similar is happening in India, earners are earning the money and there after hiding it for their own use, leaving nothing for depended section of India. It is only because of this that inspite of our repeated efforts our India is poor. To your revelation India normal GDP (estimate) Rs 15178100 crore and over it black money (Black money is that Indian currency on which tax has not been paid) is 25% of GDP Rs 3794530 crore. Is not this a huge amount? Those corrupt people who have hidden the Black money they have no right over it, they all should have to return the money to India because every Indian has a right over it 3794530 crore amount is sufficient to feed innumerable hungry mouths of India , this amount is sufficient to save the life of innumerable worried farmers, this amount is sufficient to provide at least basic necessities to needy and poor and by Modi ji’s step of demonetisation 8.45 lakh crore have been deposited in the banks according to RBI and 27000 crore in jandhan accounts. This historic step of Govt. will definitely prove as a mile stone in equal distribution of money between earners and dependents. With the tax money Govt. can generate innumerable public friendly schemes, a lot of job oriented programmes.
In the end I would like to request to all the Indians not to get panic and to come forwards with open hearts and join hands with Modi ji in making India flourishing and blissful.
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