Rahul Gandhi stands in bank queue to exchange Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes

The Congress vice president slammed Narendra Modi for the 'anti-people' move

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi went into the Sansad Marg SBI to exchange Rs 4000. He said he was there for the people who have been hassled by the Narendra Modi government’s move to demonitize Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.

He said: “I want to stand in the line with people. I am here to withdraw Rs 4000. People are in trouble that’s why I am here. Neither Narendra Modi nor Rahul Gandhi will understand the pain of the common people. ” Reportedly, the doors of the SBI bank was shut after he entered. He was seen taking selfies with the crowd at Parliament Street SBI bank.

Watch him speak to the media.