The demonetisation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes have rendered people with sleepless nights as in spite of standing in long queues, people are only able to withdraw money which is not sufficient. All of this is because of the mismanagement in distribution of the new currency. While there are many who stand at the ATMs and Banks to withdraw and deposit money, there are a few celebrities who are asking people to stay calm and have patience. One of the tweets of Virender Sehwag was so vague that he insignificantly got trolled by the Indian Janta!
Virender’s tweet, “Shaheed Hanumanthappa waited 6 days, 5 ft under snow, in -45°C, in hope of being rescued. Surely, we can wait for few hrs in line to rescue our Nation.” People from all over the country trolled him badly for the comparison he had made in his tweet.
A similar incident occurred, when a Modi bhakt standing in the queue along with others compared the number of hours soldiers spend standing on the border with the amount of time spent standing in the queue to withdraw money. Fortunately, the comment the Modi bhakt had made, was an army veteran himself. Darshan Dhillon, who served at the border for 20 years, gave it right back to the man when he started comparing the wait with that of the soldiers spends on the border. Darshan mentioned in a Facebook post saying, “I was standing in long ATM Q and getting irritated on mismanagement on a good issue. The fellow Modi bhakt behind gave me a quick reaction by saying, why are you perturbed think about army persons standing 20 hrs in a day on the border.
My curt reply removed his Desh bhakti with a jolt when I told him that I did that on a border for 20 years and standing here to withdraw my pension on that account. He should show his Desh bhakti in getting us actual OROP (One Rank One Commission) and CPC (Central Pay Commission) from Modi Ji rather than issuing certificates in ATM lines.
Now wasn’t that a brutally honest reply that one could give back to the “Modi bhakt?”