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PM Modis Mother Leads By Example Waits In Line To Exchange Banned 500 1000 Rupee Notes

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The entire country seems to have queued up for exchanging the now banned 500 and 1000 Rupee notes and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mother is leading by example. 96-Year-Old Heeraben Modi was seen at a bank in Ahmedabad, Gujarat queuing up in line like a Good Samaritan to exchange 4500 rupees.

Gujarat: PM Modi's mother Heeraben Modi leaves from the bank in Gandhinagar after exchanging currency of Rs 4500  #DeMonetisation

— ANI (@ANI_news) November 15, 2016

This video of the same has since gone viral.

#WATCH PM Narendra Modi's mother Heeraben Modi exchanges currency of Rs 4500 at a bank in Gandhinagar (Gujarat) #DeMonetisation

— ANI (@ANI_news) November 15, 2016

It must be noted that the opposition is still up in arms regarding the decision taken by the Modi government. Many people have since argued that it is the weak and poor who are standing in the long queues and that the rich always find a way to make better use of their black money. This incident however proves that no matter if your son is the PM of India, you still have to go through the same process as others in order to help the nation fight the menace of corruption and black money.

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