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IN People ON 12 Nov, 2016
The sudden announcement of the ban of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes has led the Indians into a panic-stricken phase for 3 days now. Although this was a wise move by our prime minister, Narendra Modi to find out all the black money in the country and get rid of it for good. But the day that this announcement was made, some people were still unaware of the news because they were busy with their schedules.
Viplav Arora was one such Delhi citizen, who was completely clueless about the ban on notes and he was traveling to the railway station. He had just Rs 500 notes in his wallet and sadly, nobody was accepting those anymore.
He shared this incident on his Facebook page when his Ola driver managed to say something very genuine and heroic after he couldn't pay the full amount.
Keep reading to know Vipul's story.
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Recently, he was traveling by an Ola cab completely unaware about the note ban in India.
ATMs and banks had been closed. Small shops, stores, vegetable sellers, rickshaw or taxi drivers weren't accepting Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes as well.
When the announcement was done, Viplav was unaware of the news and took an Ola cab to the railway station.
He decided to pay by Ola Money but was falling short of the amount for the bill. The Ola cab driver gladly accepted the less amount and gave an amazing reply for the same.
The cab driver was a true hero.
The cab driver proved that humanity is still alive and only people can help out other people in this time of need.
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