PM Modi had advised Indians to bear with him for fifty more days, pronouncing he knew that they have been in pain.
Gandhinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 95-yr-old mother Heeraben on Tuesday visited a bank in Gujarat’s Gandhinagar to trade banned rs. 500 notes.
Visuals showed Heeraben Modi being assisted with the aid of a collection of human beings as she signed files to switch banned foreign money. She reportedly stood in the queue.
She got here on a wheelchair however walked whilst she arrived at the financial institution. she later posed with a modern day rs. 2,000 note surpassed to her.
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On Monday, PM Modi had advised Indians to bear with him for fifty more days, pronouncing he knew that they have been in pain. “I am sincerely pained by the inconvenience and that is why I am running tirelessly to help humans conquer this situation,” he told a huge collecting in Uttar Pradesh.
Millions throughout the country have stood in queues at banks and ATMs since the high minister pulled out the two biggest currency notes from stream last Tuesday.