DEMONETISATION IN INDIA: IS CAUSING SUFFERINGS OF COMMON PEOPLE, LONG QUEUES OUTSIDE BANKS AND POST
The Calcutta High Court, reportedly hearing a public interest litigation, observed that it appeared the government had made the demonetisation move without sufficient "homework."
The Court observing "We cannot change government policy but lack of sincerity of bank employees is there," The bench of Chief Justice Girish Chandra Gupta and Justice Arindam Sinha underlined the need for "some measures to alleviate the sufferings of common people," particularly for those who are ill or have urgency, so that "medical institutions, private and public transport -rail, air, bus- and also essential commodities" are not affected.
The problem of corruption is everywhere and the people that suffer most are innocent and helpless citizens who are left behind to deal with poverty.
The currency is not corrupt but greedy people are, even with the demonetisation, corruption will not stop because it is endemic in most government agencies
Government employees are corrupt because most of them are being bribed by corrupt politicians and and private businesses
It is the common man who end being shortchanged by those they elected to govern.