The Black White and Grey: A young author Pragun Jindal's take on Black Money

Pragun unfolds this dark world, which eats into an idea of an equal world where the rich get richer staying on the dark side while the poor are marginalized. There are tricks to keep the cover of darkness intact and every time an effort is made to lift the veil, the tricks become sharper.

The Black White and Grey: A young author Pragun Jindal

On a lively debate on the raging debate of Demonetisation on a occassion a book release  ,former Information and Broadcasting  minister and Congress leader and spokesperson Manish Tewari said : " The government did not take the holistic approach to the issue. The matter is being heard by the SC , and if the Court gives a ruling forbid like the one on Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh, we are in for a bigger mess. I had gone to gulf recently and there had a opportunity to interact with many Indians who are working there. They expressed concern over the issue saying , whatever money we are sending back home to our families , we are now just not sure whether we will be be able to withdraw or not. This is indeed a very precarious situation we are in".


It are these very questions on the tricky Black money  and demonetisation  that the Money Worries’ latest offering
The Black White & Grey – Re-Coloring The Rupiah
penned by a 20 year old CA aspirant Pragun Jindal a one to look forward  . It according to the author is said to be a beginners guide to educate Indians especially the Youth on the black money menace and ways to help curb it. The book  was unveiled by former Information and Broadcasting minister and senior Congress leader and spokesperson  Manish Tewari, and Paranjoy Guha Thakurta,  a senior Journalist and Social & Political Commentator .



Pragun Jindal has this to say : “A delinquent like poverty, only affects the poor, unemployment affects those who are unemployed, alcoholism and drug abuse affect those who devour them, black money is a hitch which does not affect persons who amass “black dough” but it affects the common man in the populace.”

Pragun unfolds this dark world, which eats into an idea of an equal world where the rich get richer staying on the dark side while the poor are marginalized. There are tricks to keep the cover of darkness intact and every time an effort is made to lift the veil, the tricks become sharper.

Paranjoy Guha Thakurta lamented the long lines at banks and ATM's and said : " It is the single most disruptive act by the government . Iam surprised as to how the Modi government with this move has affected the common man greatly. It is really disheartening to see that people (both young and old) leaving aside their daily routine works and  standing in lines for long hours to withdraw their own money is quite  unimaginable."