NEW DELHI – In a rare and shocking incident, frustrated after standing in a queue outside an ATM in Mayur Vihar, a Delhi girl put off her shirt in protest in front of people standing for their turns, according to Indian Express.
Bystanders were stunned when the woman stripped off her shirt completely as she protested against the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. However, women constables from Ghazipur Police Station soon reached the spot and covered her up before taking her away.
But the good news, it seems, is that the woman was eventually able to withdraw money from a nearby ATM with the help of the police.
Reportedly, the woman was a transgender as told by other people standing in the queue.
Of course, there are millions in the country who are lauding the PM’s decision but the ground reality reflecting people’s troubles in cities and rural India cannot be ignored.