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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on three day visit to Japan, he addressed Indian community.

Highlights and developments:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, he was aware the difficulties faced by the people of country after decision to ban Rs 500 notes and 1000 notes, but it's all for the betterment of country.Many families had marriages,health issues still they have accepted government step.''I Salute each and every Indians''.

PM Modi said we have not taken this decision in haste, We had given 50 days to people to show their unaccounted wealth till September,"

Earlier Today Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe travel to Kobe by famed Shinkansen bullet train and visited to Kawasaki heavy Industries in Kobe, where high-speed railway manufactured.

He warned to black money holders and said we will take more steps in future to curb black money.

PM Modi Said, Nobody will be spared we will check all the records post Independence.

If money transfers in banks without it's legitimacy record the proper scrutiny will be done.

PM also indicated if any one has valid money they should not be afraid and easily get it exchange by Banks and Post offices nearby.

This is the second visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Japan. 

 

 

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