Rahul Gandhi stands in queue to exchange banned notes

Photo of Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi at Parliament Street branch of SBI bank.

New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today stand in a long queue along with common people to exchange banned currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 at an ATM near Parliament street branch of State Bank of India (SBI).




Rahul took people by surprise when he arrived at an SBI ATM on Parliament Street here and stood in a queue to get the demonetized currency notes exchanged.

The Congress Vice President told media persons, “I have come here to get Rs 4,000 exchanged.”

He criticized the bank authorities for abolishing the queue as soon as he became a part of it.




“I want to stand in the queue…people are suffering, neither Prime Minister Narendra

Mr Gandhi slammed media persons when journalists asked question that why he is standing in the queue, he reacted and said no one will understand the pain of common people…Nor Media…Neither the owners of news channels…And even our Prime Minister too…Everyone will only relate my such acts with politics only.

Angry Rahul was replying to media person’s quires, who wanted to enquire about his move to come to the bank to get the notes exchanged.