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IN Desi ON 14 Nov, 2016
The decision of demonetization by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, although amazing when it comes to dealing with black money, has messed up the condition of common men in the country. People were unable to get sufficient time to process the higher denomination bank notes of 500 and 1000 into notes of 100s and others.
During this mayhem, it came out from an unverified source that an Indian businessman surrendered ₹6,000 crore in cash to the government.
Let's find out if it's true or not.
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He took this path-breaking decision to expose the black money in the country with an aim to vanish corruption.
Common people are standing in long queues of banks to either exchange or deposit their hard earned cash.
A bride was also seen standing in the queue of bank to get cash.
On a serious note, even patients had to face problems.
However, his decision has actually helping in exposing the black money holders of the country.
Black money holders were unable to turn their cash into white money as the cash limit for one transaction at the bank is only ₹4,000 for now.
Recently, a businessman from Surat, Gujarat was claimed to have surrendered an exorbitant amount of ₹6,000 crore in cash to the government.
He earned popularity after purchasing PM Modi's suit-jacket with his name embroidered on it.
In February, Laljibhai Patel fetched the attention of media by donating ₹200 crores for educating the girl child in the country.
A news published in a column of a trustable Indian daily, Dainik Bhaskar, had in it something surprising.
This was a rumor that finally ended with this businessman's comment on it.
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