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Rahul Gandhi stands in Bank queue to exchange cash


Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi surprised people by coming to an SBI bank on Parliament Street in Delhi. He stood in a queue line to get the demonetized currency notes exchanged. He said to the reporters that he had come here to get Rs 4,000 exchanged. Gandhi also criticized the bank authorities for abolishing the queue as soon as he became a part of it. Rahul also said that he wanted to stand in the queue as people are suffering, neither Prime Minister Narendra Modi nor owners of big media houses are able to understand.