Twitter user's message telling Narendra Modi how to use black money goes viral

Updated: Nov 15, 2016, 10:43 IST | mid-day online correspondent

Even as the entire country in queuing outside banks and ATMs, a Twitter user has given a gentle suggestion to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on how to use black money

A Twitterati’s message telling Narendra Modi how to use black money went viral

When the entire country in queuing outside banks and ATMS, and when numerous shopkeepers in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk have shut down their shops because of Income Tax raid, a man gives a gentle suggestion to PM Narendra Modi on how to use black money.

The user’s (@indiantweeter) WhatsApp message on Twitter suggesting the PM how to use black money went viral within no time with at least 184 retweets and 115 likes. The message talks about how rich people do not mind destroying the black money, because many businessmen might have destroyed or already destroyed the black money, before getting caught.

The message also talks about opening a bank account. The man asks Modi to open a bank account under the name of Indian Army. Under this account, people should be given the chance to deposit any amount they want rather than lodging an enquiry or probe against them. This move will ensure that the money gets used for nation’s welfare. At the same time, the notes will not be destroyed too.

A Twitterati’s message telling Narendra Modi how to use black money went viral

Many Twitter handlers have liked this suggesting and are now sharing the message across so that it reached PM Modi.

The raid operation was launched because reports claimed that conversion of demonetised currency notes is happening in an illegal manner.

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