First casualty in UP after currencies ban

Ranjeet Ray; faizabad
A businessman, after the announcement of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes will be invalid in the market on the midnight of Nov 8, died of heart attack on Tuesday. According to the information, Dr Anand Gupta told that a patient who complaint him about the chest pain after hearing the ban on the notes was being rushed to Doctor, but he died on way.
Dr Gupta has reported many patients have complaint him such chest pain problem since the ban on currencies. Doctors have assumed the real causes of these complaints are how to dispose with the currencies which are in their storage.
Faizabad is a tourist place where the outsiders visit, but they are facing difficulties to pay the bills of their stay in the hotels because they have the cash currencies in Rs 500 and Rs 1000.
Many hotels have given the convenient services to pay bills by net-banking here after going to home
Thus many restaurants were seen silence there. Many shop keepers told that the customers and shopkeepers both are facing the problems because of paying Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes..

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