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Twitter Reaction over Cash Crunch Issue, People Trolled Modi Government

Twitter Reaction over Cash Crunch Issue, People Trolled Modi Government
Written by Abhishek Lohia

On Today, 17 April 2018, The people of India have once again remembered the days of the Demonetisation or Note-ban on bondage. This is because many states of the country, including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand and Gujarat, are struggling the with cash crunch. In these states, people are cutting bank and ATMs with cash, but they have to return home after being frustrated. At ATM, no-cash board is hanging, while the bank is not giving much cash to the people. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that we have reviewed the currency in the country and at the moment more money is available. The reason for the reduction of notes is the increased consumption in some areas, which is being settled.

Minister of State for Finance– SP Shukla has said that cash problems can be overcome in 3 days. He said that the government has got a cash currency of about Rs 1.25 crore in the present time, but in some states there is less cash and some states there is more, the government and the Reserve Bank of India have transferred the cash from one state to another To set up the committee and the transfer of cash will be completed in 3 days. Congress president also hits out at the Prime Minister for his silence over the recent scams. “Modi ji has destroyed the banking system. Nirav Modi fled with Rs 30,000 crore and Prime Minister didn’t utter a word,” Rahul Gandhi said.

The capital New-Delhi is also struggling with the problem of the cash crisis. The people of Delhi are also facing the problem of cash. Most ATMs do not have cash. Some ATM is working, but they have only 500 rupees notes. Many people raised this issue on Social Media, people slammed Ruling BJP Government and trolled them on Twitter.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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