In an attempt to control terrorism and eliminate corruption from the whole system, Indian government made the historic decision to demonetize certain denominations of the Indian currency on 8th November 2016. Most people accepted this as a bold and courageous move, one that previous governments didn’t venture to take. While its aim was to control the supply of illegal money from hawala operations and terror financing, the move had quite an impact on certain sectors and the day-to-day lives of the common man. One sector that had a severe effect on a large section of people was that of health care.
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