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Note ban made honest, hardworking taxpayers suffer: Parliamentary committee

Finding was part of the panel headed by Congress' T Subbarami Reddy

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Archis Mohan  |  New Delhi 

Old high denomination bank notes are seen kept in buckets at a counter as people stand in a queue to deposit their money inside a bank in the northern city of Kanpur
Old high denomination bank notes are seen kept in buckets at a counter as people stand in a queue to deposit their money inside a bank in the northern city of Kanpur

A Parliamentary committee said that the objective of Narendra Modi government's decision to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes may have been to curb corruption but in the process "honest, hardworking and tax paying citizens of India were made to suffer."

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First Published: Tue, April 11 2017. 01:52 IST
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