"The demonetisation had no adverse impact on the registration of properties in the state," he said in a release, and described the demonetisation "as a very significant decision in the interest of the country".
He said that this difference in number of registries has been revealed after comparison of their data between November 1 to 8, 2016 and after announcement of demonetisation, "that is from November 9 to 21".
Abhimanyu said that 8,648 properties were registered in various districts in the state from November 1 to 8 as against registration of 8995 properties from November 9 to 21.
The working days in both periods--that is from November 1 to 8 and from November 9 to 21 were almost the same, leaving out five holidays which fell in the latter period.
He said that a maximum of 1032 registries were made in district Gurugram from November 9 to 21 as compared to 952 from November 1 to 8.
Similarly, in Faridabad 676 registries were recorded after demonetisation up to November 21 whereas 537 properties were registered between November 1 and 8.
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