Mumbai: The Demonitisation has bring rural India facing lot of problems and the situation day by day is going worst, the banks are unable to give money as less amount of money is reaching to banks.
According to Indian Express, the officials have tough time to handle the situation. In a village Bastar, Chhattisgarh. People run out of food as they do not have money to buy things.
Focusing the same kind of situation a Facebook user VM* says that working in a rural branch of bank in a public sector feels and shares the regrettable situations.
The banker says, “If tomorrow I have to tell another mother that we can’t give her enough cash for her child’s treatment, I will breakdown. If tomorrow I see another shivering old lady in the queue, I will breakdown.”
Here’s what he wrote:
Alright I’ve had enough! I work at ***, rural area. And if tomorrow I have to tell another mother that we can’t give her enough cash for her child’s treatment, I will breakdown. If tomorrow I see another shivering old lady in the queue, I will breakdown. Because I can’t really look them in the eye and explain to them that it’s all for greater good and for national interest and that black money will go away. Black money or no black money. The system has always failed them every single time. And govt hospitals don’t exist everywhere, Pvt ones aren’t taking old currency, and for crying out loud your elitist asses wouldn’t trust a govt hospital either with the life of your loved ones. Please be honest. Please drop this elitism. This is NOT ‘inconvenience’. It’s a crime now. It’s a violation of human rights. People have DIED. Died waiting in queues, died in hospitals that didn’t take old currency, died working in banks. How can you justify DEATH because of a poorly executed policy in the name of greater good. I don’t want any good that has someone’s blood on it. And will this good mean income parity? WILL IT? What was the rush when your infrastructure wasn’t ready? People have died because you couldn’t wait to hit headlines. Black money can’t be your excuse for apathy. If this is your idea of deshbhakti then to hell with such patriotism. My patriotism doesn’t allow me to let people die for anyone’s ‘greater good’.
The post gone viral there were 2,500 shares and it received huge responses.
The user’s name has been changed to protect the identity of him and the post have deleted by the user for his safety.