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...Even six months after the decision, its refusal to disclose minutes of the fateful meeting in which the demonetisation decision was taken has made several ardent RBI fans to sit up and notice, with some concern. The RBI has defended its decision on the grounds of national/economic interest, without expounding how such interest is served with its action. It has used similar rationale for refusing to make public the list of loan defaulters with public sector banks. In effect, the RBI is asking us to put our complete and unquestionable faith in it, which is further eroding public trust on it. This situation needs to be quickly addressed before it is too late. These are times when any question or dissent against government decision runs the risk of being labelled as anti-national. ...Indian Express on June 27, 2017, 2:38 a.m.