BIG SALUTE! These 40,000 cash van drivers, ATM guards working day and night for 'Modiji's societal transformation'
Social media, TV and newspapers are flooded with news items of some impatient citizens that they have to stand in long queues outside ATMs and banks following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation move.
New Delhi: Social media, TV and newspapers are flooded with news items of some impatient citizens that they have to stand in long queues outside ATMs and banks following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation move.
But, have you ever thought of those cash van drivers, custodians who fill cash in ATMs and security guards who are working day and night after PM Narendra Modi's demonetisation announcement?
THESE ARE THE REAL HEREOS!
At least 40,000 drivers, custodians who fill cash at ATMs and security guards are silently working day and night
inconveniencing their own families but they believe that they are doing something meaningful for a societal transformation
initiative taken by Modiji, according to a report in The Economic Times. Modiji, according to a report in The Economic Times.
Harish Paliwal, who hails from Amritsar, has two small kids eagerly waiting for him to arrive home.
Paliwal says he has promised them to come as soon as his task for ‘Modiji’ is done, the report added.
“This is just a like surgical strike, but against kaala dhan,” Paliwal added. He travels with cash vans.
With several impatient citizens complaining about the move, there are people who have stayed back in makeshift tents in
their offices to fill cash in ATMs, says the report.
One Vikash Pande, a driver, says he has not gone home for four days as work pressure has gone up four time but he is
happy and feel proud that he is doing something that helps eradicate black money.
His family members are supportive to him in this work.
Some of the guards are not even bathing for a few days as they ran against time to fill ATMs.
Reportedly, drivers and guards are sacrificing their family life to serve the nation.
"In spite of cash shortage issues at their own homes, most of the workers have not gone back to their families," according to Rituraj Sinha, president of Cash Logistics Association, as per the ET report.
These heroes truly deserve a BIG SALUTE!