Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes banned: Celebs laud PM Modi’s bold step
From mid-night, Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes were banned. This shocking and brave decision by Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi was welcomed with open heart not only by the citizens of the nations and also our film fraternities. They showered huge praise over PM Modi’s severe step towards abolition of black money, fake currency and corruption.
Rishi Kapoor#PM Modi ji. Ball out of the stadium. Wohaaaaaa!!!! De monetisation is the right answer. Congratulations!
Arjun Kapoor in a series of tweets expressed his thoughts:-
Arjun Kapoor#The timing of the PM is interesting but the question is what will the government provide back to its fair & honest citizens after all this ?
#Reducing black money is much needed but eventually we need better infrastructure & way more inroads in other aspects not only money matters
#Hoping we can all work in harmony to see out this change & it pays dividends to each & every citizen in the future. No more#BlackMoney !!!
Mahesh Bhupathi# Our PM definitely has some big cojones ... more power to you!! Jai Hind
Amitabh Bachchan# T 2435 - the new 2000 rs note is PINK in colour ... the PINK effect ..!!
Sunil Grover# Maths question today:
500 rupees plus 10 Rupees is how much..
Sir! 10 rupees.
Vishal Dadlani# Great move by the Government, to declare 500 and 1000 rupee notes as invalid. Full support! Should shut down the black-money economy!
Shweta Pandit# America counting votes, India counting notes
Sonu Nigam# Hats Off Sir @narendramodi ... Proud to have you as our Prime Minister. Heartfelt Respects and Love
Kushal Tandon# Jumped red light, caught by
police walah, gave him 1000 ka note.
Police walah- Sir 100 hi de do...
Anurag Kashyap# Ballsiest move I have ever seen from any leader.. It will cause a lot of heart ache but Kudos..Super way to make the black money redundant
The invalid 500 and 1000 currency notes can be deposited to your respective accounts from 11 Nov to 30 Decembers at banks or post offices. After December 30, these notes can be deposited at the Reserve Bank with a declaration. New notes of Rs 500 and Rs 2000 will come into circulation very soon.