The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has asked the Jan Dhan account holders not to return the money that black money holders have deposited in their accounts as he is working to devise a new mechanism to send them to Jail.
"All those who are Jan Dhan account holders, you should not return the money that others have put in your accounts. If you promise to do so, I am working hard to devise a formula to send all those who deposited their money illegally into your accounts to jail and to ensure the money goes to the poor households," Mod
Responding to criticism about long queues outside the banks and ATMs due to demonetisation, PM Modi said that this will be the last queues for common people, who have been troubling for last 70 years.
The opposition parties have been misguiding the common people and spreading despair, he added.
"I salute the people of the country for standing for long hours in queues. I want to ask those politicians who are crying over these long queues. You kept the entire nation in queues for 70 years after Independence, as one had to stand in lines for even sugar, kerosene and wheat in the past. This is the last queue to end all those queues," the PM said.