Press Review: Is the cash crisis of 2 thousand notes being accounted for?

_100918958_b580ac59-ede0-4eaf-9f35-9420267a94fe.jpgThe English newspaper The Times of India, in connection with the ongoing cash crisis in many states, linked the two thousand notes to the hoardings of its notes.

The newspaper has cited many bank officials and said that after removing most of the two thousand notes from the banks, they are not returning back to the banking system, so there is a doubt that these notes can be reached in black money.

The newspaper has written that it is also being speculated that political parties and workers are collecting two thousand notes before Karnataka elections.

Question about Modi’s apology
In an interview with the Indian newspaper Indian Express, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should adhere to the advice he gave them.

While targeting Prime Minister Modi’s long silence on Unnao and Kathua Gangrepe case, Manmohan Singh said that Modi should follow his advice given to me and open his mouth.

Manmohan Singh said that he is happy that finally the Prime Minister broke his apology on Friday and said that the daughters of India will get justice and the culprits will not be spared.

Manmohan Singh said that in both of these cases, delays in speaking of Modi have convicted criminals that they will be saved and will not take any action against them.
Recommendation with the election
The Law Commission (Parliamentary Standing Committee) has sought the opinion of all the parties on the issue while supporting the election of the assemblies of the Lok Sabha and the states.

According to a report from the Indian Express, the Legal Commission has raised this verdict two months after the call for President Ramnath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with the elections.

The Law Commission has sent the White Paper to the Central Law Ministry, which has said that by amending the Constitution, elections can be re-organized once again in the country.
Where is the sword of Tipu?
The sword of Tippu Sultan, called the lion of Mysore, has disappeared and no one knows except where Vijay Mallya is where the sword is.

In a report, The Times of India said that liquor baron Vijay Mallya, who was stranded in the controversy, had crossed the rare sword in 2016.

The family of Mallya said that this sword has brought misery to Mallya.

This is what the lawyer of the group of thirteen banks, who gave loan to Mallya in the London High Court, said.

Tipu Sultan’s sword is worth about two crore rupees.

At the same time, a former Mailya colleague in Bangalore has told the newspaper that Mallya had offered to give this sword to a music, but the museum did not accept it. It is not clear whether Mallya later did this sword

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