Bengaluru, Nov 28 With more than 10,000 tweets citizens of India who don't support the Bharat Bandh called by the opposition over Demonetisation have made #IStandForWhite trend on Twitter.
Opposition has called for a Bharat Bandh against sudden announcement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to demonetise Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 old currency from 9th of November 2016.
Opposition's bandh today is to draw attention of the government towards the woes of the people and take back the demonetisation.
Long queues have been observed at banks and ATMs to exchange the old currency notes and draw cash from ATMs. Post the main announcement done by PM on the 8th of November, the government has made various changes so as to help ease cash crunch faced by the citizens.
Many citizens feel that it is worth it to bear with the temporary and support the move of the government as in the long run it will ensure that black money and corruption will be wiped out and the common man will benefit as a result of moving towards e-transactions or online payments.
Here are some interesting tweets in support of the government's move of demonetisation, which aims to help with black money, corruption, deal with the problem of fake currency notes and sponsoring terrorism and drugs market along with many other reasons like poor receiving minimum wages as per the labour laws and many more.
Will make india proud. #IStandForWhite— np_bemea (@np_bemea) November 28, 2016
I m going to work 2 hrs more on today, I m With @narendramodiNovember 28, 2016
I stand with PM and against black money hoardersNovember 28, 2016
I stand against all who r opposing demonetization and called BHARAT BAND.
Lets us talk about only ReMonetization and not DeMonetization.. I stand for a better India .let us eradicate black money. #iStandForWhite— sudhir N (@Sk_nairR) November 28, 2016
My college is open , banks are open , shops are open because common peoples are not supporting Bharat bandh ...#IStandForWhite— Abhishek Tripathi (@Abhishe91921223) November 28, 2016
#IStandForWhite Due to black money, I struggled a lot to buy a home in Delhi despite having CIBIL score of 857 and a pre-approved home loan— Good Governance (@sri9011) November 28, 2016