Since the time when Prime Minister Modi had announced that the centre is banning 500 and 1000 rupee notes, people started queuing up in front of banks and ATMs. Lots of common people are facing problems in exchanging their cash. They are standing in line for more than 3 hours to get the work done. To control the crowds at banks and ATMs, the centre has come up with a new plan.
Economic Affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das spoke to the media this morning regarding this issue. He said that from now on,an indelible ink will be marked on the fingers of the people who exchange their money so that they won’t come again for few days. He said that the government received various complaints stating that many people are coming to the banks repeated times to exchange their cash. He said that they are trying to make their black money white by doing these daily exchanges.
Das said that there is no need to worry about the cash as public can do it until December 30. He requested public not to believe all the false news that are spreading on social media. He said that the government is deploying task force at the banks to look after the logistics needed for the exchange of notes, to monitor illegitimate deposits in Jandhan accounts and to check fake currency