On 8 November, India is celebrating the first anniversary of Demonetisation. Though the talk about whether Demonetisation was right or wrong for the Indian economy is still going on. On one hand, Narendra Modi led NDA government is supporting their bold step, on the other Opposition is criticizing their step by calling 8 November black day and by saying that the Demonetisation destroyed Indian economy.
There are many who are opposing Narendra Modi's step and there are many who are supporting it. A seven-year-old had written a letter to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi supporting his bold step last year. In her letter, Shreya, a second standard student, had shut down the critic with her open letter. The class 2 student has in her letter had lauded the bold step. She wrote, "We want a good and clean India and we love you." In her letter, she had a cartoon of 500 note along with a picture of PM Modi.
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The 7-year-old seemed like a fan of Indian Prime Minister, while there are many who are not ready to accept that it was a good step the student seems to understand the problem of black money. A video uploaded to the YouTube, the second class student is seen showing the picture of her letter in which she had thanked PM.
The second class student did not stop here: Shreya made a gift for Modi and while talking to India Today the girl said, "My mother gave me this old cooker gasket and I found in a newspaper the PM's photo. So I decided to make use of this and made a gift for him,"
According to Shreya, the definition of black money is "If we do not pay taxes, it is black. But if we pay taxes then it is white."