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Rahul Gandhi queues up at Mumbai ATM, requests Government to help people

Updated: Nov 16, 2016 15:43 IST

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Nov. 16 (ANI): Talking to the people standing in queue at an ATM in Mumbai's Vakola, Congress vice-president on Wednesday requested the Maharashtra Government to help people who are struggling to withdraw cash.

Speaking to the media here, Gandhi said Prime Minister Modi has announced the demonetisation drive without any planning or arrangement.

"People are standing here for three to four days. I want to request the Maharashtra Chief Minister to make some arrangements to help people who are struggling to withdraw cash. There is no arrangement for water. People are really suffering. Modi ji has done this without any planning," He said.

Gandhi was in Mumbai for the hearing of a defamation case over his alleged comment against the RSS on Mahatma Gandhi's assassination.

He was however granted bail by the Bhiwadi court. (ANI)