Former India opener Virendra Sehwag on Tuesday tweets on the demonetization policy of cancelling Rs 500 and 1000 currency notes by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Directed for the larger good of removal of black money income from the country this decision was taken. Long queues are seen outside banks and ATM’s as people are struggling to get their currencies exchanged.
Sehwag, supporting to the demonetization tweets it’s opinion through social media.The Delhi batsman reminded fans of martyr Lance Naik Hanamanthappa, who survived for six days under 35 feet of snow in Siachen glacier to be rescued.
Coming in support of the Prime Minister move, Virendra Sehwag tweeted but the frustrated people due to demonetization of currency did not respond positive enough to the tweet.Comparing the Bank ques with the soldiers effort makes no sense to them. Sehwag, tweeted even the image of the Indian soldier who succumbed in a hospital after being rescued.
The long ques has been frustrating and people are getting impatient,urges Sehwag to citizens to keep patience. Comparing the ATM’s ques with the soldiers on border, so that people understand the responsibilities and do not crib over it.