All citizens were given equal opportunity before the law but the fact remained that the social system which was prevailing for thousands of years in India, did not allow this to happen so easily. The majority of political parties in India use the people based on their Caste and Religion as a vote bank for favouring some segments of society and thereby depriving the right of other communities, which was guaranteed by the Constitution. Even today, thousands of people are subjected to caste discrimination and the capability of a person is still determined by caste by Social Order. The former Untouchables have a different socio-economic environment in which their upbringing takes place and it has an effect on achieving proficiency in their chosen profession and career.
The book is based on the 2016 Indian demonetisation. It revolves around demonetisation’s objectives stated by the Government as a measure to attack on black Money, terrorism, counterfeit currency and making cash-less, further corrected to less-cash economy. The book weighed these stated objectives and assessed whether objectives will be achieved by this demonetisation. In addition to three Indian demonetisations, the book covers 16 demonetisations across the globe and 14 demonetisation-like events. Analysed demonetisation on the basis of cost-benefit analysis, the book has also covered impact of demonetisation on major industries like FMCG, Realty, Power, infrastructure, etc. and on prime economic indicators like GDP, GVA, CRR, repo rate, inflation, etc