Urjit Patel resigns as RBI Governor

Jason

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Citing personal reasons, Urjit Patel has resigned as the Reserve Bank of India. His resignation comes against the backdrop of increasing tensions between the Finance ministry and the Reserve Bank of India. Urjit Patel, 55, who took over as the 24th Governor of the central bank on September 5, 2016, had the shortest tenure since the year 1992.

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A shocking news and it is a big hit for BJP. Now who will be the next RBI Governor.
 

Dilip

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I personally think that banning the notes was a good thing. A lot of people lost their black money. Serves them right.
 

Jason

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But weren't they executed it without any thoughts on how it will impact and how else we can save the economy back?
 

Dilip

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Pakistan spends ₹300 to put a ₹1000 note in India. Crores of such fake currency vanished. That means terror groups and a lot of anti nationals lost their funds. A lot of people who kept lakhs perhaps crores at home also lost their money. Opposition want to woo them.
 

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