India’s demonetisation woes, as yet a long way to go. Not only the local or middle class, even the Top delegates, Vip officials and ambassador from various nations face the post demonetization effect. Ministry of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj receives a letter from Russian ambassador Alexander Kadakin who is currently in India.
Protesting against the demonetization effect on the ban of 500 and 1000 rupees notes is an affair since a few weeks in the country. This time the protest is by an ambassador from Russia writing a letter with the strong-worded letter to Ministry of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj, as reported by Business Insider. The letter stated that the New Delhi embassy’s functioning was restricted due to withdrawal limit which left him less of cash to pay to the restaurant.
Russian ambassador Alexander Kadakin did not have enough money to “pay for a decent dinner in a restaurant”.
Not only Russian the same case has been with foreign missions of Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Ethiopia, and Sudan all have sent letters to Sushma Swaraj about exempted the foreign ministries a cash withdrawal limit of at least Rs 5000 per week. High commission in New Delhi was charged by a Pakistani diplomat and a complaint was lodged against the police officials.