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What is the need of RBI...only to draw huge salary.
Neither banks nor inflation is under its control.
Why do you allow export of sugar,onion,tomato,basmati rice .only to help the corporates indirectly.
jisko biscuit banana hai let them import wheat ,yaha par 10 rs. kilo wheat kharid kar biscuit200- 300 rs kilo becha ja raha hai. same with potato aloo @ 10 chips @ Rs.450 let pesico to import potato....
What was the problem of govt that they banned import of gold by banks. Yadi sona sasta ho raha tha to govt ko kaya problem hai...jab se govt. no intervene kiya gold price started rocketing.Then why thay are not contrilling Indian Rupee...........
IT CLEAR THAT GOVT. DID'nt want rate of any thing to decrease.
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