Bengaluru, Nov 21: Demonetisation is on everyone's mind. The opposition has ensured that Parliament has come to a halt over this issue and in the days to come the scenario is unlikely to change. No doubt many have been put to hardship over this issue and one gets to see long queues outside banks and ATMs.
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While some have complained, others have said that the decision by the government to do away with the Rs 500 and 1,000 notes will have a good effect in the future.
India's largest e-pollster, MyVoteToday conducted a poll asking the question, " Do you support demonitisation of the Rs 500 and 1,000 notes?"
Out of the 52,810 who polled, 85 per cent were in support of demonetisation. 15 per cent were against it. The poll shows that a majority are in support of the move by the government. The percentage of those opposing it was very low at 15 per cent.
Danish Manzoor, Chief Content Officer @MyVoteToday tells OneIndia that demonetisation is one of the boldest steps ever taken by any Indian PM to tackle the Black-Money plague head-on.
"Corrupt Netas and Baabus are in distress, faces of black-money hoarders have blackened, counterfeiters have shut shop, hawala guys landed in ICUs and fellow compatriots are in Bank/ATM queues. Well, crackdown on black money would be easy -said NO ONE ever," he also says.