1. Watch: JNU student doesn’t let Nirmala Sitharaman speak, she loses temper & gives it back to him!

Watch: JNU student doesn’t let Nirmala Sitharaman speak, she loses temper & gives it back to him!

Demonetisation: The Narendra Modi government has come under severe criticism from the Opposition for its move to demonetise old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.

By: | Updated: November 25, 2016 12:30 PM
Recently Nirmala Sitharaman on a show took some questions from JNU students. One student kept on asking her questions without letting her speak! Recently Nirmala Sitharaman on a show took some questions from JNU students. One student kept on asking her questions without letting her speak!

Tempers are running high on PM Modi’s demonetisation move. The Narendra Modi government has come under severe criticism from the Opposition for its move to demonetise old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. The reaction on the ground has, however, been mixed. While most people have lauded the move to check black money and corruption, many have said that the implementation, especially when it comes to availability of currency, should have been much better. Recently Nirmala Sitharaman on a NDTV show took some questions from JNU students. One student kept on asking her questions without letting her speak! She tried numerous times to make her point but was not able to as the argumentative student kept on interrupting her. Irritated and upset she gave him a taste of his own medicine.

Meanwhile, struggling to deal with growing anger among the public over cash crunch, the Modi government is issuing new guidelines every few days. These are based on public feedback and are aimed at reducing the problems that common man is facing, following the massive demonetisation drive. The government has also warned that those who are using other people’s bank accounts to convert their black money will be severely punished. Not only that, those who allow their accounts to be misused for this purpose will also face prosecution.

Watch the video here:

ATMs are progressively getting recalibrated. As and when they are recalibrated, the cash limit of such ATMs will stand enhanced to Rs 2500 per withdrawal. This will enable dispensing of lower denomination currency notes for about Rs 500 per withdrawal. Other ATMs which are yet to be recalibrated, will continue to dispense Rs 2000 till they are recalibrated. Various news reports suggest that queues outside banks and ATMs are getting shorter, and the situation is expected to further ease in the coming days.

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    Divya Akhouri
    Nov 26, 2016 at 2:18 am
    These JNU students are useless they are only to propogate CPIM philophosy every where. These Small sabhji vendor,Jhughi wala,Rikshwala, are those folk exchanging black into white.Most of us know this.These person doing job for others.They are happy with Demonetisation.But special creatures like congress,AAP,Mamta,Naxal gang CPIMs are afraid and showing their crocodile tears for general public. These supported JNU students are projected team to create chaos in nation and never mark a situation to finished Black Money generation factory.
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      ayush
      Nov 25, 2016 at 9:06 am
      mr. FEKU is the modern day hitler who only cares about big industrialists and not the common man . lesson must be taught to him in upcoming elections and SC shud struck down the w thing.
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      1. M.A HAMEED
        Nov 25, 2016 at 9:11 am
        I feel can our electric representatives take their money and deposit I their account for one week let them try this ... Then they will no the pain of common mans suffering people's in Indian.They not excepting mistakes again gain lieiing g
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          Kamal
          Nov 25, 2016 at 8:51 am
          The dictatorial, authoritarian and fascistic tendencies of the leader and the chelas are becoming very clear. We should really appreciate the statesmanship of people like Dr.Manmohan Singh while he was in office and also the ex-governor of RBI Dr.Raghuram Rajan.
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          1. kosaraju vittal
            Nov 25, 2016 at 9:02 am
            Modi rules India and his heart is ruled by an unaccountable organisation named RSS . Unless this organ is banned along with all there reigious organisations , we face fascism and rdictatorship of religious fanatics sooner or later. Congress failed in 70 yrs in doing this. Let Supreme Court take over the hi ination case again and do justice for this nation.
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              raj
              Nov 25, 2016 at 1:16 pm
              u have no idea how panic they are all doctors lawyers businessman who dont pay tax ...i am seeing all infront of my eyes they are running like rats with their cash money..
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