CAIT probed FM Arun Jaitley to check health risks from currency notes
CAIT probed Financial Minister Arun Jaitley to check health risks from currency notes: Details, Aim, Purpose, Highlights
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) organisation in a letter had probed Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely to check health risks that are caused by currency notes.
The CAIT stating the reports of health threats arising from the notes and has requested to investigate this in this regard. The organization also appealed to people to take effective measures to save people from diseases caused by
The CAIT urged health minister JP Nadda and Union Minister of Science and Technology Dr. Harsh Vardhan to take immediate cognizance on the matter.
The CAIT also cited the findings of various studies, claiming that bacteria were found in notes, which spread diseases and could endanger the stomach, TB and other diseases such as the ulcer.
The CAIT general secretary Pravin Khandelwal informed that every year such reports are published in science magazines, but sadly no attention is given to health risks. He said that in the country, the trader uses most of the currency notes because he has direct contact with the final consumer and if the research report is true then it is fatal to the health of traders. Not only this, it will also affect consumers.