Anil Bokil and team is said to have given Prime Minister Modi, the idea of 'Demonetisat
Hyderabad, January 17, 2017. Two city units of Junior Chamber International-JCI Banjara Hyderabad and JCI Hyderabad Trendz to present a unique Talk Show on 22nd January Sunday from 2.30pm at FTAPCCI, Red Hills. "The event is organised for JCI India Zone XII under the guidance of it Zone President Maanoj Thakker.
The speaker is none other than Anil Bokil, a socialactivist. A mechanical engineer by profession, he is the founder of Pune-basedArtha Kranti Sansthan, a group that advocates various financial reforms inIndia. He has propounded the concept of Artha Kranti – an economic solutiondesigned to end corruption operations in India with specific focus on blackmoney.
Anil Bokil is the man and his team atArthaKrantti said to have given Prime Minister, Narendra Modi theidea of demonetization. But, Anil Bokil subsequently said: 'This Is not what wesuggested'. Anil Bokil and team suggested the demonetization move tocurb black money, but, he has slammed the implementation of the policy.
Though it is never claimed, but It is widely known andpropagated that the recent decision to Demonetize the higher denominationcurrency by Government of India was one among the several proposals made byArtha Kranti to Prime Minister Narendra Modi informed Chartered Accountant,Govind Daliya, who is the President of JCI Banjara Hyderabad.
Though, a media shy person, Anil Bokil is always in thenews for his radical reforms and advocacies. He has recommendedseveral other financial and tax reforms to the Indian Government for a corruptfree nation. The ArthaKranti has a panel with qualified CharteredAccountants and Engineers volunteering their services for this cause informedGeetesh Kate, President of JCI Hyderabad Trendz.
Anil Bokil is an engineer by profession, has beenworking for and propagating cashless transactions for the past 20 years.
Demonetization is not a tonic, but a remedy, says Anil Bokil. ‘Scrap All Taxes’, he reiterated and suggested to replace the entire taxation system with a single 'Banking Transaction Tax".
We are organising this in association with our sister chapter JCI Hyderabad Trendz and cooperation from Geetesh Kate, its President and support from Vishaka Mashankar informed Govind Daliya in a press note issued in city today.
The admission is open to select few on first come first registered basis. There is a small entry fee of Rs 350/- for participation to meet expenses of organizing the talk.
The Businessmen of twin cities has the opportunity to understand the scenario post demonetization and what is expected in Budget 2017 live from the horse's mouth. To reserve the seat kindly contact Jc Pramod Jain- 98499 94801, Jc Abhinay Barmecha 90309 03439, Jc CA Shyam Modani 98492 65559.