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This man explains demonetisation using flight announcements and it’s absolutely hilarious and spot on!

'Those who are already full are encouraged to distribute leftover food to those less fortunate. Unless, the food runs out.'

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 29, 2016 1:18 pm
demonetisation, demonetisation effects, demonetisation explained, what is demonetisation, demonetisation banks atms, indian express, indian express news, indian express trending, viral, trending This man’s explanation of demonetisation’s improper implementation is spot on!

The government introduced demonetisation policy continues to dominate public discourse. While the common man was having difficulties finding an ATM and standing in queues in front of banks so he could buy his basic rice and dal, recent reports claim that the RBI has been printing inconsistent Rs 500 currency notes.

Though Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured that the decision had been taken to curb corruption and hoarding of black money, a lot of people agree that the announcement was abrupt and the execution extremely poor. The unpreparedness on the part of the authorities has only come to contribute more to the chaos.

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And if you are still wondering what is happening, then well-known literary critic Sanjay Sipahimalani, Twitter user has deconstructed the lacklustre implementation of demonetisaton in a series of tweets. And he has done that in a rather unusual and a hilarious way — using in-flight announcements! He started his 13-tweets-long thread with the post that reads thus: “If in-flight announcements were made in the manner of demonetisation notifications”.

If you observe carefully, you will be amazed to see how all of it makes so much of sense!

Read his entire hilarious tweet thread, here.

Just like the utter confusion we faced while one unplanned instruction after the other came our way.

Chaos continues. …

That sounds very familiar. NaMo app, may be?

But, but. … why haven’t you kept enough food for all of the passengers?

May be, we should for the many benefits we are going to reap “in the longer run”?

Sipahimalani’s posts got quite a bit of attention on Twitter.

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