As overnight lines outside ATMs and banks reflect the everyday scramble for money since the stun abrogation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 notes a week ago, senior BJP pioneer Ram Madhav tweeted on Tuesday about "patriotism" in troublesome times.
"Trial of patriotism is in troublesome times as it were. We see it inexhaustibly nowadays. Generally everybody is a rocker nationalist in ordinary times," Mr Madhav tweeted.
In a few open gatherings since end of the week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoke to natives to endure with him for "50 days".
"I am mindful you are confronting challenges… I comprehend the burden," he said in Uttar Pradesh on Monday.
"I am truly tormented by the burden and that is the reason I am working eagerly to individuals beat this circumstance."
As a unified restriction prepares to focus on the administration in parliament over what it calls the tremendous hardship for the normal man, PM Modi told his gathering legislators at a methodology meeting in parliament that the nation bolsters the move and the administration require not be guarded.
While reporting the prohibition on the most astounding coin notes last Tuesday, the head administrator said intense measures were expected to bring undeclared riches into the standard economy.
The legislature has reported measures to facilitate the crunch.
The week by week withdrawal confine from banks has been raised from Rs. 20,000 to 24,000. A system of managing an account specialists, who go to rustic territories to give individuals access to keeping money administrations, will convey more money.
The utilization of old notes has been stretched out till November 24 at government healing facilities, private centers, petrol stations and vital administrations.
The banned notes can be traded for new ones or kept in a financial balance until December 30.