New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s sudden announcement of curbing denominations of 500-1000 rupee notes on Tuesday evening sent the country into frenzy.
Though PM Modi described his decision as a step to stop corruption as well as to curb the flow of black money and terrorism, his step has received a mixed response from the nation.
With every passing day there is an increase in the number of opposition rebuking the Modi govt. After PM’s announcement Ex-RBI Governor, Raghuram Rajan in his reaction said, ”Unfortunately, my sense is the clever find ways around it.” And this is what actually happened.
Right after PM’s announcement, people started looking for ways to change their black money into white — “How to convert black money into white money”, which eventually started trending on the search engine, Google.
On further research we found Jammu & Kashmir to be the state of India that tops the list of searches of “How to convert black money into white money”.
Other states that follow Jammu & Kashmir are Jharkhand, Telangana, Gujarat and Karnataka.
Jammu & Kashmir is considered as one of the most disturbed state because of the frequent terrorist attacks in the state. Recently the death of Burhan Muzaffar Wani, commander of the Kashmir-based Hizbul Mujahideen almost brought a permanent lockdown in the state.