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Ahmed Azab , Interested in history, Political science and Dec, 04 2016

Forced demonetization, when people, opposition and everyone is opposing. Is this how a nation with dictator feels like?


Something is forced down your throat by the system even when the citizens don't like it, must be a norm in a nation ruled by a dictator. Isn't the same thing happening in India now?

There might not be a lot of difference in a nation with a dictator and the way demonetisation is forced down our throats. Because opposition is not strong enough to challenge this move, current govt is doing whatever they feel is right. Again a very dictatorial thing to do.

Something is forced down your throat by the system even when the citizens don't like it, must be a norm in a nation ruled by a dictator. Isn't the same thing happening in India now? There might not be a lot of difference in a nation with a dictator and the way demonetisation is forced down our throats. Because opposition is not strong enough to challenge this move, current govt is doing whatever they feel is right. Again a very dictatorial thing to do.

Nikhil Dua , BITS alumnus, Market research analyst at Cred Dec, 04 2016


If you were prosecuted for writing this, then that was dictatorship. You are taking your privileges and freedom too much for granted.