It has almost been a month since PM Modi has announced about demonetization and uptill now people are facing a lot of hardships. A women, 30 years old in Kanpur district of Uttar Pradesh delivered a baby girl inside the branch of Punjab National Bank on Friday while waiting in long queue. This was the second time she was standing in the queue with her mother-in-law to withdraw the money, a part of the Rs 2.75 lakh compensation allotted to her by the government after her husband’s death.
According to the reports by Hindustan Times, the newborn baby is quiet healthy and the mother Sarvesha is weak. On Friday, with some other women present at Jhinjhak branch of PNB, Sarvesha could deliver the baby as the ambulance had not reached the spot till that time. Policemen the mother and the new born baby to the near by hospital.
The reports also says that the mother and her mother in law were standing tin the queue from morning and went into labour pain at around 4pm in the evening. The mother-in-law who had accompanied her to the bank says, “I was afraid that i would lose the mother, Sarvesha, but fortunately, she delivered a beautiful baby girl and the baby is healthy and recuperating.
The move taken by the government to scrap the 500 and 100 rupee notes had put the nation in a great chaos, with ATM’s running out of cash and people standing in long queues outside the banks for withdrawal and deposit of cash. A man on 22 November 2016, also dies standing in long queue out of ATM’s
Sadly, the demonetization move has so far claimed 70 lives.