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Chidambaram's Advice To The Government

Former finance minister P. Chidambaram advised the government to even print money if needed to boost spending and reboot the economy. Do you agree with him?

02/06/2021 1:27 PM
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  • Gaurav K.
    4 days

    The govt. Is printing enough, the thing is 90%-95% of printed currency is getting deposits of most corrupt politicians and yes ambani adani and few others Now I think after 8 years of rule that This Modi govt. Came into power just to make adani ambani and several others to take all the money from poor people . This is 21st century you will not see another invasion by British or mughals . But these thugs are the same in the governing body .

  • Madhok P.
    5 days

    #2 ... 🤦

  • Aar G.
    7 days

    Sabse bada chor janta ke khub paise loote is chor ne par sharam naam ki chiz nahi. Are thoooo hai Tere jaise chutiya pe haramkhor

  • Jaggat S.
    09/06/2021 03:32

    Feku govt will definitely print money but few months later when damage is done, feku’s arrogance won’t allow them to admit the advise of opposition.

  • Muralidharan
    08/06/2021 13:14

    Print Dollars&pounds first.former printing minister..U're needed for USA&UAE ..

  • J P.
    07/06/2021 09:41

    a person who was in jail. How can his advice be taken

  • Sudheer M.
    06/06/2021 14:28

    Get lost , you fraud!!!

  • Kristo M.
    06/06/2021 14:17

    No need.

  • Sandeep S.
    06/06/2021 11:42

    Biggest joke. Govt advising lockdowns and where does he want the govt to spend on ? Dying ppl or ppl waiting to die without jobs ? Create jobs from where bz most of the public companies have been converted into private or sold to private players who have total control of job creation. If there are making losses and they don't see any profit then why would they hire ppl ? It's a pure greedy capitalists nation now run by stupid loosers. Moreover printing money without any thoughts on job creation ? Seriously ? We are going to be another Venezuela soon... 😈😂🤣😝 PS: Spending money on constructing statues or parliament building is not creating jobs... It's only satisfying the greedy politicians ego... 😎

  • Sunny P.
    06/06/2021 10:47

    Kuch paisa tu hi dede kafi chori kiya hai yume

  • Ghanshyamsinh J.
    06/06/2021 10:08

    Yes, earlier modi has printed 2000/- rs. Currency now he needs to print 5000/- note. Actually we need to remove this govt.

  • Ghanshyamsinh J.
    06/06/2021 09:56

    No

  • Mahindra S.
    06/06/2021 03:59

    Now you are out of power not able to mint money by scams and all

  • Gopinath G.
    06/06/2021 01:04

    If they print entire politicians in the country will loot this bonus curreny, public will not benefit with additional cash through any schemes. It's waste of time.

  • Jayesh P.
    05/06/2021 18:58

    Tell me which economy in the world is booming? Every economy is sufferring. All are in negative gearing. Get a reality check. This is the effects of the pandemic. So hopefully that teaches the Indian masses a lession. The government funds its spending from taxation.Remember borrowing means you have to pay back eventually. Indians, that means pay back with fair taxation which traditionally Indians are loathe to do. They never want to fund Bharat Mata! Taxation avoidance is ingrained in the Indian psyche. Western economies are borrowing heavily but taxation can approach 50%.

  • Anil R.
    05/06/2021 17:59

    Paise bhi बंटवाए सरकार जितने भी सरकारी प्रोजेक्ट है वो भी बंद कर दे और वो पैसा अर्थ व्यवस्था को ठीक करने के लिए लगाए

  • Abdul K.
    05/06/2021 17:02

    Chilla chilla ke sabko scheme batado.

  • ಲೋಕೇಶ ಎ.
    05/06/2021 16:02

    No need of printing new money 💰. U just give ur black money 💰 that’s enough to give poor people.

  • Purushottam B.
    05/06/2021 15:55

    It would have been more darkest if Congress in power.

  • Ashok S.
    05/06/2021 14:29

    But you are a super farmer, you are earning crore of rupees from agriculture. You don't worry. Your earning can not be spending by your family members for next 100 years.