Rearrange the following five sentences (A),(B),(C),(D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answers the questions given below them-
(A) It is in this context that the RBI chief’s reminder to the Centre that “borrowing even more and pre-empting resources from future generations” cannot be a short cut to achieving durable long-term “higher growth” is significant.
(B) With the Centre in the process of finalising the Union Budget, Dr. Patel has stressed the need to ensure that it does not stray from the path of fiscal consolidation, at a time when the external environment is already adverse and likely to remain uncertain for the foreseeable future.
(C) Within the government too, the temptation to loosen the purse strings to assuage adverse reaction to the demonetisation decision is likely to be high.
(D) That the clamour for a sizeable fiscal stimulus is likely to grow louder as budget day nears is a certainty, given the signs that an incipient demand slowdown may have been exacerbated by the cash crunch caused by the withdrawal of high-value banknotes.
(E) Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel’s emphasis on the vital importance of protecting domestic macroeconomic stability could not have come at a more crucial juncture.
a)Which of the following would be the third sentence?
b)Which of the following would be the first sentence?
c)Which of the following would be the last sentence?
d)Which of the following would be the fourth sentence?
e)Which of the following would be the second sentence?
EBDCA sequence of this parajumble