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'My Prime Minister wouldn't turn a blind eye to the common man's plight'

Abha Srivastava | Updated on: 14 November 2016, 15:51 IST
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Ka-ching. Or not.

Mr Narendra Modi, I am a law-abiding, tax-paying citizen of our country. A woman who lives alone. A woman who is ill, and is being denied medical aid as she has no cash.

Mr Modi, how are you clamping down on black money when I am struggling to purchase medicines?

Mr Modi, neither I nor my 70-year-old parents have unaccounted-for-funds. Yet, we are running pillar-to-post for medical aid and basic necessities.

Mr Modi, there are reasons I am not addressing you as Prime Minister Modi.

My Prime Minister would not turn a blind eye to the common man's woes. My PM would not sit idle when my aged parents get shoved in a queue at a bank to withdraw their own money.

My PM would ensure that when I need medical aid, I am not shunted out due to lack of currency.

 
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