New Delhi, Dec 3: During the Lok Sabha polls of 2014, we witnessed how the entire country was divided into two camps--pro-Modi and anti-Modi.
A similar situation can be seen post-demonetisation.
While supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi have hailed the scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on November 8, the abrupt decision was criticised vociferously by his oppoents.
In fact, "Modi Mania" has started creating "fissures" between husband and wife relationship.
In a video, which has gone viral, a Delhi-based woman is seen telling reporters that she wants to divorce her husband because he is "anti-Modi".
Watch the video here:
The video was released by the website The Lallantop.
The woman identified as Rashmi Jain from Delhi tells a group of people not to blame Modi for the difficulties they are facing on account of the scrapping ₹500 and ₹1,000 currency notes.
"It is the banks who are not doing their jobs. What is Modi-ji supposed to do? Hand over cash personally to all the banks? It is the banks' fault that they have not been able to execute their tasks properly," Jain said.
"Do you know anyone who has made such huge sacrifices for the country? I dare anyone to speak... I don't know anyone with such greatness. I'm a great follower. I'm even willing to leave my husband because he's 'anti-Modi'," she added.