Exactly a year after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's notes ban announcement, at the Union Bank of India in Jayapur - PM Modi's adopted village in his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi - all seems well. When NDTV visited the same bank on November 13 last year, we found a long line of slippers filling the queues alongside cash-strapped men and women outside this bank. At least 100 pairs of slippers, some with chits on top of them with name of their owners, were seen in queue along with about 50 men and women waiting to exchange and withdraw their money after the government in a surprise announcement scrapped Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 notes.