Rahul Gandhi, Congress vice-president visited several ATMs in the national capital on Monday morning and interacted with several people standing in long queues to withdraw the new currency.
The Congress vice-president before heading to parliament Gandhi visited Anand Parbin, Zakhira, Inderlok and Jahangirpuri ATMs and talked to people about the difficulties being faced by people following the Centre’s decision to scrap the previous of Rs500 and Rs1000 notes.
This is not the first visit to an ATM by Rahul Gandhi after the scrapping of notes on November 8.
The Congress vice president earlier on November 11 stood in queue at the State Bank of India, Parliament Street branch, to exchange old currency notes for new one.
Last week in his visit to Mumbai he stopped at an ATM kiosk located in Vakola and interacted to people standing in queue.
Gandhi since the announcement of demonetization by the Indian Prime Minister had launched an attack on the PM to roll out the step.
He had also claimed that many economists including the former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had found the decision to withdraw the high-value tenders to be without rationale.