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An Observation of the Failing Rupee and Indian General Elections

For those of you keeping track of the failing Rupee, there is just something really strange going on. Consistently, every single time there has been a general election the Indian Rupee has plummeted. It seems to be expected and is reinforced by a severe lack of concern from the central government, only stepping in when foreign investors started fleeing.

What happened? Or rather, what is happening. Check out the images below to get a grip on what I am going on about.
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The only did this did not happen was back in 2004 when the BJP party (local Indian political party) was in power and the subsequently lost.

I'm not making any political statements or accusations, just pointing out a fact.

Images are from a friend and were not created by me, but have been verified.

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