Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Re: [IAC#RG] Suggestions Invited: Accidental Discovery of demonetised currency at home post Dec 30 Deadline

Shakspeare said, at times going to law is losing a cow for sake of a cat--------------------------------------------
On Wed, 11/1/17, MG Kapoor <> wrote:

Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] Suggestions Invited: Accidental Discovery of demonetised currency at home post Dec 30 Deadline
Date: Wednesday, 11 January, 2017, 1:02 PM

I feel
filing a writ petition in the  High Court may be,
perhaps, the best answer. Your case appears very genuine.
You may implead Governor RBI and the Union of India (through
the Secretary, Ministry of Finance) as the parties. The writ
application should be from your wife who should support the
averments on affidavit, giving details as to how she came to
be in possession of the money. It is a known fact that wives
do save money from the household expenses given to them by
their husbands, gifts from parents, brothers etc. And they
do keep such money in such places as cannot be detected by
anyone, including the husband, or be stolen. And at times
wives do forget where they kept the money. 
unfortunately litigation is expensive. It may be a case of
the monkey gaining from the fight between two cats - I mean
lawyer may gain by way of fee. 
strongest ground could be "The promise that the RBI
Governor has made to pay on demand". Such promise
cannot be revoked at the instance of the third Party
sound ground being that Mr Modi had earlier promised that
after 31 Dec 2016 one could deposit the old currency with
the RBI till 31 March 2017. 
High Court
has the power and in an appropriate case may issue
I wish you

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On 11-Jan-2017, at 2:43 AM, Colonel Srikant <>

While packing to move house, in
Bangalore, my wife and I discovered, yesterday, one lakh
rupees in demonetised notes in our steel cupboard, which we
had kept aside for medical and other emergencies (we are
both well above 60 years and retired from government
service- army and banking), and overlooked to deposit by Dec
30. Can anyone, under the unexpected
circumstances, suggest the best possible solution to help us
out and whom to contact for same? 

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