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Sudarsan Pattnaik’s sand art on “Begging of a clean India, RIP black money”

Puri: Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture on demonetisation move, at puri beach of  Odisha . The sculpture, which lauds PM Modi’s historic move to curb black money, bears the message,  “Beginning of a Clean India and RIP black money”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s surprise announcement to demonetise higher denominations of currency notes has been applauded as the government’s masterstroke to curb hoarding of black money in the country.
PM Modi also characterized this move as the ‘massive cleaning drive’ “This is a massive Swachhta Abhiyaan (cleaning drive). “The money that has been looted has to be recovered. And, the rules have to be the same for everyone,” the PM said in Japan.
I would like to thanks and appreciated our PM for his historic step. And want to appeal the people of India to be united and begin a clean India.
Pattnaik has won many awards for his work, and is well-known for combining art and activism. He has participated in more than 50 International sand art competitions and festivals around the World

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