Demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 note in India from midnight of ninth November - this is the most discussed news in India today. There is a colossal frenzy in the general masses with respect to it. The general population is hurrying to their closest banks and post workplaces and other accessible alternatives to trade every one of these notes they have with themselves. Demonetization has now put everyone on their toes.

Points of interest - Demonetisation

Each choice has its own effect which can be measured both on the positive and negative sides.

So let us inspect the positive effects of this choice of the legislature.

The Reduction in Black Money Through Demonetisation

The general population with dark cash have no choice however to draw out the undisclosed cash with them as now this prompt choice has not given them an ideal opportunity to think about any option so soon. Demonetisation has put a bridle on those hoarding dark cash.

Sneaking and Trafficking will get stifled With Demonetisation

These exercises which are related and develop on this dark cash will get choked and they can now be effortlessly ceased because of the absence of accessibility of assets.

Drawbacks - demonetisation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 INR notes

Demonetisation does not just have a cheerful side.

There are a few cons connected with ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000 INR Notes as well:

Cost of supplanting these notes

There is a cost required in the printing of these notes which charges, as indicated by the sections of these notes for the cost of printing Rs 1000 notes is Rs 3. So a gigantic sum put into printing these notes will get squandered.

To put it in basic words - 80% of the trade out of India has become useless. So, this is the price to be paid for implementing demonetisation.

Affect of Demonetisation on private companies

The private companies endeavor to get by on everyday money exchanges for installments and so forth. With demonetisation, they will endure a blow in the transient transactions until new Rs 2000 notes are in bountiful supply in the economy.

Dark cash is still there

The real dark cash which is invested in the safe houses in the banks, out of India, and gold still remains unaffected. Demonetisation is no big deal for those who have already hoarded gold, silver and properties using black money. An ideal opportunity to change over to the new notes of Rs 500 and Rs 2000 will bring about turmoil and agony for a brief term of time.