After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced about the demonetization move, the whole nation went into frenzy. Long queues at ATMs became a common scenario and cashless economy another main point. Amid this, some found ways to make money. Apps came up which let you hire a person to stand in the ATM queue.
Now, a bakery in West Bengal made a cake depicting the scenario. Yes, that true.
According to a report by the India Today, the cake was made in in a small bakery West Bengal’s Jalpaiguri district. The idea came after one of the workers at the bakery had to stand in ATM lines leaving aside his work. The worker wanted to depict the current situation the country through cakes.
The cake weighs 64 pounds and shows people standing in ATM queues and details like a dustbin containing a thrown Rs 1000 note.
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The cake will be apparently put up for auction and the highest bidder will get the ‘demonetisation’ cake.
Anjana Saha, the baker of the cakes, said that the names of people who were interested in bidding for the cake, and quote a price, will be taken note of along with their phone numbers.