New Delhi: Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli on Wednesday hailed Indian Prime Minister's decision to ban Rs 500, 1000 notes. Kohli, who will be leading India into their second match of the five-match series against England in Vizag from November 17, called it the greatest move in the history of Indian politics.
"For me, it's the greatest move that I have seen in the history of Indian politics. I am so impressed by it. It's unbelievable what has happened," said the 28-year-old.
Kohli also shared a funny incident where he tried paying his hotel bill using the old money having forgotten that they were no more in use.
"I was going to pay my hotel bill in Rajkot, and I was taking out the old money and I forgot that it's not of any use anymore. I could have actually signed on it and given it to people. It's that useless now," he said.
— Sunandan Lele (@sunandanlele) November 16, 2016