Over 8000 cr assets seized in IT raids in last eight years, demonetisation assisted in identifying unaccounted money in the country: What Govt said
Govt revealed that the IT Dept has seized total assets worth Rs 8832.92 crores in the search and seizure action conducted by it from 2014-2015 to 2021-2022
3 years of Demonetisation: Here are 10 most important goals it managed to achieve
It has been three years since PM Modi stunned the nation with a bold move - Demonetisation.
Budget 2019: Demonetization helped undisclosed income to light and over 3 lakh shell companies deregistered, says Piyush Goyal
Acting Finance Minister Piyush Goyal highlighted the steps undertaken by the Modi government in his Budget 2019 speech
Demonetization: An attack on Left Wing Terrorism
Many such organizations have been banned and blacklisted posted the decision of Demonetization.
Demonetisation – A step towards ‘Charitra Nirman’
The Khao aur khaane do culture had become a way of life for the nation, and we clearly needed action to control this trend from becoming the ‘only’ way of doing business in India.
Promoters of 73000 companies likely to face action over fraudulent transactions post demonetisation: Report
The premier investigation agency SFIO is currently probing 64 cases of alleged fraud involving 500 companies.
Revenue department sends notices to about 10,000 people under the benami law
These are reportedly preliminary notices and upon further investigation, both the account holder and depositor may face action.
Demonetisation is a success and the naysayers have got their facts completely wrong
So let us again rewind the declared aims sought to be achieved and analyse each one independently.
GDP hits 8.2% quarterly growth, BJP leaders hail government’s economic reforms
The numbers are a strong refutation of the claims made by the opposition parties that the economy is in tatters.
Ahmedabad District Co-Operative Bank files a criminal defamation case against Rahul Gandhi
The bank is planning to use video recordings of the press conference and transcripts as evidence against the two ministers