NARENDRA Modi is determined to implement demonetisation in both letter and spirit. He desires that all the tools of the government should work day and night to make India cashless. He has drawn up a master plan to depute the political leadership to convince the people of India that demonetisation is meant to ameliorate the condition of poor people. He has called two meetings consecutively in a week; suggested all cabinet ministers move to their constituency and monitor the implementation of demonetisation. He wants all ministers to make their ministry cashless. Prakash Javdekar and Manohar Parrikar have already doing so whereas others are trying to face the challenges. His main focus in one Cabinet meeting was Delhi and that too the business centre of Chandni Chowk. He talked to Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Science of Technology, who represents Chandni Chowk parliamentary constituency. He advised Harsh Vardhan to tour Delhi and make Chandni Chowk the first constituency of India to be cashless. Simple and hardworking Harsh Vardhan just shook his head in affirmation without uttering a word. One cabinet minister informed that Modi has a fascination for gadgets and he constantly motivates ministers to shift to the electronic age. The entire, experienced cabinet listen to their Prime Minister very patiently.