MNS brings in the change
Dadar - MNS corporator Sandeep Deshpande, from ward no 185, has decided to help senior citizens and women who have been standing in long queues in order to exchange junked currency notes. He and his party workers are helping the residents since 11 am today and have helped people by giving them Rs. 100 notes in exchange for Rs. 2000. “We have helped 100-150 people so far. On 24 November, we will be at Dadar and on 25 November, we will be at Prabhadevi,” said Deshpande. Another MNS corporator, Santosh Dhuri added that they will gauge the response and will replicate the exercise in other areas. “We are very happy that MNS is helping us by giving us the change for Rs. 2000. We were facing a lot of problems be it in the market or at medical stores, but now we can shop or buy medicines with the Rs. 100 notes,” said a visibly relieved local resident Ashok Vichare.