A report by Pradesh18 said the folks of Kapa village in Mandla; Madhya Pradesh has yet to see the notes that were newest. And that is not all. It turns out that they just found out about demonetisation over the radio.
The folks had alleged that when they went to a nearby bank to exchange notes, the bank officials put the corresponding sum within their bank accounts according to the report.
The report also stated that the people who live in the village found out about the demonetisation of high money notes through the radio. There's also no bank, mobile hospital or network in the village.
To get entry to a bank, the folks of Kapa have to travel either 25 kilometres to Babliya or 45 kilometres to Narayanganj.
Another PTI report had said that Cooperative Bank Employees Federation had alleged that demonetisation had left the rural economy in Tamil Nadu at a standstill.
"Due to the Central bank's move, the rural market in Tamil Nadu has come to a standstill as even those who have bank accounts are not let to work," he had said.