Delhi girl goes topless in protest while standing in an ATM queue

Frustrated after standing in a queue outside an ATM in Mayur Vihar Phase 3 on November 13, a girl put off her shirt in protest.

By: Trends Desk | Updated: November 17, 2016 2:56 pm
A woman removed her short while standing in a long ATM queue, out of protest A woman removed her short while standing in a long ATM queue, out of protest

The recent move by Prime Minister Narendra Modi of demonetising old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 has left many wondering as to what just hit them and how their life just changed overnight. The old currency notes they had stood invalid and they suddenly found themselves standing long queues outside banks and ATMs to withdraw their own money.

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The lack of proper implementation and planning that could have gone into the new measure taken against black money and corruption has left people frustrated and in deep trouble. While the ones who have black money stashed in their houses look for ways to get rid of it in whatever way possible, the ones with honest hard-earned money are bearing the brunt.

Frustrated after standing in a queue outside an ATM in Mayur Vihar Phase 3 on November 13, a girl put off her shirt in protest. In front of hundreds of people standing in the queue, she lost her calm and stripped, according to a report.

The girl was immediately attended to by a lady constable who was present nearby. She asked her to wear her clothes and later took her to Ghazipur police station. The woman was then taken to an Axis Bank ATM, where she was able to withdraw the money she needed. Reportedly, the woman was a transgender as told by other people standing in the queue.

According to reports, people were standing in the queue for hours and the woman eventually lost her cool.

Of course, there are millions in the country who are lauding the PM’s decision but the ground reality reflecting people’s troubles in cities and rural India cannot be ignored.

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  1. N
    Nov 17, 2016 at 11:18 am
    Welcome the decision. Then why he brought rs 2000. Next what is action on NPA ac holders. They are freely coming and enjoying more. People had forgotten Rs. 15 lacs from the swiss banks. Now Modiji will distribute black currency to poor;br/gt;He should explain what he will do with this money. Again he will give the amt to big;br/gt;Also the banks reduce the interest rates of a common;br/gt;Is it the way a chaiwala PM do?lt;br/gt;Give Rs.5000 atleast the people opened acs under Kanchan Yojana and Asara pension holders. Then people will accept you in the next election. Ko hi
  2. R
    roby mani
    Nov 17, 2016 at 9:59 am
    I just cant understand what all these persons are lauding the Prime minister for. The benefits the country is going to realize from this action of his will not in any way compensate the cost to the common man by way of the suffering he is undergoing There is absolutely no sense putting so many people into hardship to just flush out the black money from the hands of the common , which as such is minuscule, as compared to the crores of black money stashed away in the form of stocks, real estate, jewellery and foreign funds. I would have appreciated it if he had first taken steps to repatriate the funds stashed away in the foreign accounts and allowing the perpetrators of the fraud to escape from India and then gone in for this demonetization scheme after being fully prepared for it. The w of it has fired back on the Government and they are now running for cover. it appears that there was some other motive behind the move for introducing the scheme in such a hurry. lt;br/gt;God save India and its suffering poor.
    1. D
      Dharamvir Saihgal
      Nov 17, 2016 at 9:38 am
      More and more people are being misled by certain cheats,thugs,pickpockets,tricksters and hypocrites,who have their own axe to grind.Let us be ware of such wolves in sheep's clothing.Have faith in Modi ji. Better days are not far away.
      1. V
        Nov 17, 2016 at 11:50 am
        Because they believe in substance rather than form unlike yourself who can't see beyond next month. All people been given chance to open account use athar card for transactions but if you are smart beyond your capacity than you have to face it for worthless smartness. So don't tell anyone that india wants to go towards development but useless at using cheques and debit card.
        1. V
          Nov 17, 2016 at 11:51 am
          Khujli mentality publicity with fake invetigative journalism
          1. V
            Nov 17, 2016 at 11:40 am
            Wow what a defense? Hahaha useless educated liars if you can stand up 3-4 hours than please go nack or learn to use debit cards and cheques what a shameless liars
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