NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Modi is likely to address the nation on New Year on December 31 at 7.30 pm, sources said on Thursday.
After November 8 bombshell of demonetisation of the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes, people are a little more caution about PM’s addressed.
“Mitron,PM Modi to address the nation on New Year’s eve. Run for cover..Lets see what the Jumla Richter scale records this time around.”
“For all we know, @narendramodi could just say, “Mitron, is 31st December se, 31st December legal New Year nahi manaya jaega.” #Modi.” Another wrote, “Modi’s Speech on 31st December at 7:30: Hata saavan ki ghata.. Aao mitro lets Partyyyyyyy!”
They took to twitter to express their view. Let’s have a look at these reactions.
The World's Shortest Horror Story.
— Satya (@absolutesatya) December 29, 2016
"What are ur plans for new year's?"
Us: Nothing will go to a party somewhere
Modi Ji: "Aaj se do hazaar ke note sirf ek kagaz ka tukda hai"
— Gautam (@gautamverma23) December 29, 2016
— ANGRY व्यंग्य MAN (@sagartank) December 29, 2016
— Amrita Bhinder (@amritabhinder) December 29, 2016
Mitron… Rs 2000 note will cease to exist as legal tender. Happy new year… 50 days more…Modi ji on 31st Dec 7:30PM
— संजीव झांब (@SanjeevJhamb) December 29, 2016
Please celebrate your new year on 31st before 7.30 pm as Modi speech at 8. Pata nahi fir happy new year hoga ya sirf new year.
— Darshan Mehta (@darshanetnow) December 29, 2016
Modi to give a speech on NYE?
If you find any person high even after hearing the speech, I want to know kaunse theke se pee hai!!
— Jayant UnKill (@jayantgajria) December 29, 2016
— Ashok Singh (@ashokksingh3) December 29, 2016
After Arnab Goswami left Times Now, Narendra Modi has been left with monopoly on addressing the nation, and he is making best use of that.
— Rahul Roushan (@rahulroushan) December 29, 2016
The Prime Minister may speak again on demonetisation, as the 50-day time period sought by him to ease out the situation gets over on December 30.
Modi, after announcing the decision on demonetisation, had said “…help me for 50 days and I will give you the India you desired”.
In his national radio address Mann ki Baat on December 25, the Prime Minister spoke extensively on demonetisation and encouraged “cashless transactions”.
With IANS inputs