With cash crunch and the politicians associating it with the demonetization, various analysts and observers have been asking as to the real reasons behind the cash crunch across the country.
The speculation is however that the government is planning to discontinue Rs 2000 notes and that this is causing disruption in cash flow.
Many believe that since the Rs 200 notes are replacing the Rs 2000 denomination notes, the cash flow has gotten disrupted.
However, many a traders associations and others have asked the government to explain why and how the cash crunch began in the first place.
There have been various reports that Rs 2000 notes might be discontinued as the high value currency is not being looked as desirable.
The Rs 2000 notes had been brought in then to match the quantum of money that had gone out of circulation due to the scrapping of the old Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 currencies.>