Indians pose for a selfie with new Rs 2,000 note

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Selfie with a currency note is a thing now in India, and you’re going to see a lot of it in the next few days.

Millions of Indians are taking a break today from their office to visit banks and exchange the recently withdrawn currency notes with new bills that have gone into circulation from today. Naturally, many are taking a selfie with the new notes  — hey you don’t get new currency notes in the country everyday.

Selfie with 2000 😎 pic.twitter.com/SSh6segEWu

— Ruthi’s (@BeingMaruthi) November 10, 2016

Banks across the country have hundreds of people, in some places, queued outside today. People formed lines hours before the bank had opened. The rush comes as people run out of cash and take immediate actions to deposit the now-withdrawn currency notes. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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