- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has no regrets that he has declared banknotes of 500 and 1000 rupees invalid. The measure against tax evasion and counterfeiting creates a lot of anxiety and long lines at banks, but according to Modi was his decision necessity.
' I put you all in a row, '' the prime minister acknowledged Saturday at an election rally in the state of Uttar Pradesh. ' But it's a last row which is to end all Narendra Modi Narendra Modi rows. '' He asked his listeners to support in ' cure the disease that afflicts our country for seventy years. '
Modi's unexpected decision to declare the notes invalid, creates a lot of unrest in a country where virtually everyone gets paid in cash. People often have to stand in long lines to exchange the affected notes. The prime minister promised that the situation has stabilized against December 30th. He also called on to pay his compatriots often electronically.