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I find the whole concept of direct cash transfer as a guarantee for asset creation and better utilization and social benefit utterly in contrast to social behaviour in rural India...behaviour of women and men are different. So is behaviour across different states and groups depending upon what is available for commercial utility...alcohol or food or flat screen TVs. Surely they are not going to use the cash for building toilets or buying books for their school children.

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Jyotishankar Raychaudhuri 18/12/2014 13:01:11

Sir, it is fact that amount expended in a GP would be less & would be a better distribution & would bear less corruption, if all the poor of the GP be provided cash transfer of Rs19600 (Rs169x100) instead of doing work. Very little productive assets have been generated.

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Manomohan Bhattachar, India 25/12/2014 04:53:14

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