After standing in ATM queue for hours frustrated Girl goes topless in Delhi – Report

Demonetization Effect in Delhi: Though most of the Indians are in the support of Narendra Modi Government’s decision on money demonetization, there are other people who are finding it difficult to handle their expenses with the less availability of cash at the ATMs. One such incident happened in the country’s capital Delhi in which a frustrated girl went topless as she could not get the cash after standing in a long queue.

Demonetization Effect: After standing in ATM queue for hours frustrated Girl goes topless in Delhi

Shortage of Money Availability in ATMs Also Resulting in Mass Resentment
Shortage of Money Availability in ATMs Also Resulting in Mass Resentment

This shocking incident happened at Mayur Vihar phase 3 in Delhi on Sunday afternoon. She made such an act after she lost cool and this way, showed her resentment against Narendra Modi’s demonetisation scheme. This is not the single incident happened,but there are a number of such incidents in which the common people have been showing their frustration for not having enough cash.

We are well known that our PM Narendra Modi made a revolutionary announcement all of a sudden so as to remove the black money from the country, a step of which is the demonetization of the high denomination notes Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 after which the common people have been giving mixed reactions.

Though the Government’s decision is much appreciated, it is the common people who are not able to get through their expenses because of the unavailability or shortage of cash. Here in this incident, according to the eyewitnesses, the lady removed her top in order to show her anger for not being able to withdraw cash from the ATM.

A lady Police Constable who was available nearby, rushed to the spot and convinced the lady to wear back her top. She was later taken to the Gajipur police station and was later escorted to an Axis bank ATM separately, where she was able to withdraw money.

There are many such people across the country who are unable to withdraw cash from the ATMs or exchange money from the banks after this sudden change in the system. Though the common people are showing their strong support of the PMs decision, there is also strong opposition for the inconvenience they have been facing.