Chief Prachanda has called Prime Minister Narendra Modi and looked for a game plan so that Nepalese holding an enormous stock of banned high currency notes could swap them with lawful currency in the nation. Amid his five-minute telephonic discussion with Modi, Prachanda let him know that Nepalese have a significant enormous stock Indian bank note of 500 and 1,000 rupee that have now been hauled unavailable for general use.
A huge number of Nepalese, who acquire a living by functioning as day by day wage workers in India, visit the neighbouring nation looking for therapeutic treatment or depend on Indian markets to buy every day essentials, are said to hold huge piece of scrapped Indian monetary certificates, Kathmandu Post reported.
Additionally, those meeting India as pioneers and those occupied with cross-fringe exchange are said to have a major load of now-pointless Indian certified receipts.
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