Virat Kohli hails demonetisation process as ‘the greatest move in history of Indian politics’
New Delhi: Indian Test captain Virat Kohli on Wednesday hailed Indian Prime Minister’s choice to boycott Rs 500, 1000 notes. Kohli, will’s identity driving India into their second match of the five-coordinate arrangement against England in Vizag from November 17, considered it the best move ever of governmental issues.
“For me, it’s the best move that I have found ever of legislative issues. I am so intrigued by it. It’s staggering what has occurred,” said the 28-year-old.
Kohli likewise shared an interesting occurrence where he had a go at paying his lodging bill utilizing the old cash having overlooked that they were no more being used.
“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
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