How the Government systematically destroyed the MSME sector & the common man.

Protesting against a government is never a crime neither treachery or sedition. We should raise our voice against what is wrong about any leader, party or government. It is your right to raise your voice even by keeping your commitment to the government, leader, party and this only strengthens you and your society. Keep showing the mirror to the people in power for if you don’t, the mirror will be turned tward you & be used as a weapon against yourself.

If you read the history of Germany from the First World War to 1929-30, it is known that in Germany the public was plagued by price rise, corruption, anarchy and inconveniences. During this time, Hitler emerged and he went on to occupy one post after the other, seemingly to get rid of these ills of the German socio-eco-political ecosystem. Similarly, in order to get rid of Congress’s exploits and corruption in India, the public relied on Prime Minister Modi. Modi delivered a powerful government for the second time in succession, but some decisions of this government are pushing back the lives of the people.

The way demonetisation was done, businesses related to big industries and technology did not see much difference, but small businesses were killed. There was no decrease in hoarding of money and hawala business. Every month crores of rupees are caught in many states. After demonetisation, a special thing happened that now the 2000 note became easy for hawala. Last week, RBI also admitted that 2000 notes are not getting in circulation because they have been hoarded. The government insists that it will not issue a note of one thousand. Appreciating the idiocy of this decision does not require an economist, even a normal person can understand how irrational this stubbornness is. Ordinary people needed more one thousand notes, not two thousand notes.

Then GST accomplished the feat of putting the death nail in the economy’s coffin. However, GST is good in some ways and petroleum products should be added to it. At the same time, a study will show how many inconsistencies are there in GST and the government itself has reformed it three times, promises to reinvent it again. will change it again. Think for yourself for a second – wait for months for GST refund, if GST returns not filed in the month, even if it was zero, then 50 rupees per day would be the fine. Even if there is zero GST, the CA charges of at least 500 rupees per month will have to paid, otherwise the penalty will be Rs 50 per day. You can guess yourself how difficult it is to do business.

Demonetistion was called in for removing black money, but now that no black money has been found government has no answers. There are no buyers, no demand, but a lot of inflation. This is causing double damage to the economy. The small business owner is at a great disadvantage, the other people associated with this business tremble. So they just did it. Overall, it shocked the economy. Neither did the government come up with any stimulus package for the small & medium traders & manufacturers.


If you read the history of Germany from the First World War to 1929-30, it is known that in Germany the public was plagued by price rise, corruption, anarchy and inconveniences. During this time, Hitler emerged and he went on to occupy one post after the other, seemingly to get rid of these ills of the German socio-eco-political ecosystem. Similarly, in order to get rid of Congress’s exploits and corruption in India, the public relied on Prime Minister Modi. Modi delivered a powerful government for the second time in succession, but some decisions of this government are pushing back the lives of the people.

The way demonetisation was done, businesses related to big industries and technology did not see much difference, but small businesses were killed. There was no decrease in hoarding of money and hawala business. Every month crores of rupees are caught in many states. After demonetisation, a special thing happened that now the 2000 note became easy for hawala. Last week, RBI also admitted that 2000 notes are not getting in circulation because they have been hoarded. The government insists that it will not issue a note of one thousand. Appreciating the idiocy of this decision does not require an economist, even a normal person can understand how irrational this stubbornness is. Ordinary people needed more one thousand notes, not two thousand notes.

Then GST accomplished the feat of putting the death nail in the economy’s coffin. However, GST is good in some ways and petroleum products should be added to it. At the same time, a study will show how many inconsistencies are there in GST and the government itself has reformed it three times, promises to reinvent it again. will change it again. Think for yourself for a second – wait for months for GST refund, if GST returns not filed in the month, even if it was zero, then 50 rupees per day would be the fine. Even if there is zero GST, the CA charges of at least 500 rupees per month will have to paid, otherwise the penalty will be Rs 50 per day. You can guess yourself how difficult it is to do business.

Demonetistion was called in for removing black money, but now that no black money has been found government has no answers. There are no buyers, no demand, but a lot of inflation. This is causing double damage to the economy. The small business owner is at a great disadvantage, the other people associated with this business tremble. So they just did it. Overall, it shocked the economy. Neither did the government come up with any stimulus package for the small & medium traders & manufacturers.

motor vehicle rule brake the common man

Then motor vehicle rule broke the back of the common man. Why did such a situation happen? Due to the corruption of the police, the vehicles continued to brak laws & cause accidents with free will, the police remained mute spectators by filling their pockets. The government feels that the public has all the responsibility. While the horrors of traffic violations came due to the denial and corruption of policemen. What did the government do to reduce corruption, perhaps nil bata nil. Let’s take you a little further. The pollution certificate is easily available by paying a few rupees, no matter how much smoke the vehicle is spewing. Not only this, the government has increased the insurance of motor vehicle by 80%. Why all this increase,  together at one time?

The government could not do anything on corruption, which would make the life of the common man easier. The list of black money holders abroad was not made public, which the Supreme Court had also ordered that the government can make it public. Then who is the government protecting? Second, before the Prime Minister took office, a committee on black money was formed under the chairmanship of a retired Supreme Court judge, did not any report of that committee come in five and a half years, why? Nor did any big infrastructure stand in the country. Had the police reformed, there would have been no need to enact so many laws. At the root of all problems is corruption of police and judiciary. If reformed here, the country will get a lot of freedom. The country first paid for the exploits of Congress and Congress-backed governments, now the country is a victim of the politics of symbols of this government.

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