Tracking down the reasons of, what looks like, never-ending queues at banks, Economic affairs Secretary Shantikanta Das said now the corrupt who are using innocent people for getting their black cash exchanged will not be able to execute their plans as indelible ink, the ink used by election commission on voter’s finger, will now be used at the cash counters. He added that to ease pressure on banks, a task force has been set up to look after shifting and storing of old notes.
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