The currency demonetization may have spilled water on the mass's enthusiasm on the black money issue, but there is one thing that still remains on the top of their 'to do' list (apart from standing in long bank queues).
Taking selfies. While some can be seen clicking pictures of the queues or closed ATMs, there are other happy customers who can be spotted on social media with their new prized possessions- a Rs 2,000 note.
The fact, however, remains how difficult will it be to get a change for these notes in the market. But, for the time being- Selfie le le re....
New Delhi: An official shows new currency notes of Rs 500 which is ready to float, at State Bank of India head office in New Delhi on Sunday. PTI
With prized possessions
Jammu : Children wear Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mask and display new currency 2000 note as they welcome the demonetisation step in Jammu on Sunday. PTI
At the bank
Patiala: People wait at a bank to exchange old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes in Patiala on Thursdsay. PTI
Puri: Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has created a sand art on currency with message " Beginning of a Clean India, RIP Black Money" at Puri beach of Odisha on Saturday. PTI
We won (in the bank queue)!
New Delhi: A youth shows new currency note of Rs 500 which is ready to float, at a bank in New Delhi on Sunday. PTI