کرنسی نوٹ کی بھی ایکسپائری ڈیٹ ہونی چاہیئے ؟

jani1

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
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لاہور: اگر کرنسی نوٹوں پر 5 سالوں کی ایکسپائری ڈیٹ ڈال دی جائے اس طرح لوگوں کو ہر 5 سال بعد لوگوں کو نوٹ تبدیل کر نے پڑیں گے جس سے کرپشن ختم ہو گی۔

نجی ٹی وی چینل سے بات کرتے ہوئے سینئیر تجزیہ کار حسن نثار نے کرپشن ختم کرنے کا حل بتاتے ہوئے حکومت کو مشورہ دیا اور کہا کہ اگر نوٹ ہر 5 سال بعد تبدیل کر دئے جائیں تو کرپشن میں زمین آسمان کا فرق آجائے گا۔


حسن نثار نے کہا کہ حکومت ماہرینِ معاشیات کو بلا کر اس حوالے سے بحث کروا لے کہ کیا ایسا کرنے سے کرپشن ختم ہوگی یا نہیں۔

انہوں نے دعویٰ کیا ہے کہ اگر نوٹوں پر 5 سال کی ایکسپائری تاریخ لکھ دی جائے اور نوٹ بھی کھانے پینے کی اشیاء اور ادویات کی طرح مخصوص مدت کے بعد ایکسپائر ہو جائیں تو کرپشن ختم کرنے میں بہت زیادہ مدد ملے گی۔

واضح رہے کہ حکومت اس وقت ملک سے کرپشن کا خاتمہ کرنے کیلئے بہت سے اقدامات کررہی ہے اور اب وزارتِ خزانہ نے بھی شہریوں کی معلومات اکٹھی کرنے کے لیے ایف آئی اے، ایس ای سی پی، ایف بی آر اور اسٹیٹ بینک کا تمام ڈیٹا ایک جگہ اکٹھا کرلیا ہے۔


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intekhab

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
England is making plastic notes ...so that they can cut the cost of reprinting the money...and we are talking about expiry dates on the bill....how pathetic this idea is and I am pretty sure that student must belong to bonga party .....becouse this bonga anchor is.
 

Humi

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
This is an anti poor proposal. Poor people use the cash most and live in areas with less access to banks who can roll out such new bills at a regular basis. Furthermore, poor people will need this service more often than middle and upper class as even a couple of expired notes can set them back a lot as they have so little to begin with. It is also anti poor in the sense that they might not be able to cover their daily expenses as what little they have might be nearing expiry rendering them with basically no money to pay their expenses as they come up. So now the poor has to commute on his own dime on a regular basis (probably missing that day's earning) to exchange the money putting him in a far worse position.
 

Dream Seller

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
This won’t help tackling corruption as people like sharifs and zardaris will take preemptive action to find a different way of chori...
 

Mafialeaks

Politcal Worker (100+ posts)
This is an anti poor proposal. Poor people use the cash most and live in areas with less access to banks who can roll out such new bills at a regular basis. Furthermore, poor people will need this service more often than middle and upper class as even a couple of expired notes can set them back a lot as they have so little to begin with. It is also anti poor in the sense that they might not be able to cover their daily expenses as what little they have might be nearing expiry rendering them with basically no money to pay their expenses as they come up. So now the poor has to commute on his own dime on a regular basis (probably missing that day's earning) to exchange the money putting him in a far worse position.

My thoughts exactly!

Also imagine the cost of reprinting new notes.

He thinks the rich keep their money in notes. The rich keep their money in banks in fact they own the banks!