It's a "landmark move" for black money clean-up according to a few, but "a scam" for others - Prime Minister Narendra Modi's move to withdraw 500 and 1000 rupee notes from circulation earlier this week has the country divided. While the politicians indulged in bickering and blame game. Many among the public hailed the move while others grumbled about waiting in long queues at banks and ATMs for hours. Today, as Banks and ATMs witnessed serpentine queues for the fifth day, the Prime Minister made an emotional appeal, reiterating he won't stop the fight against corruption even if he is burnt alive. On We the People, we discuss if the Modi Government's demonetisation drive, targeting only illegal cash, can win the war on black money.