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ATMs run out of notes, cash crunch gets worse

DNAHM120216 | 4/17/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :372

Citizens struggle to get adequate cash in large cities, smaller towns alike

Days after banks in Gujarat said they were not getting enough cash from the Reserve Bank of India, complaints started emerging about ATMs going dry. Complaints started coming in from small towns like Unjha and Jamnagar. Businessmen and farmers are the worst hit as the trading cycle has been affected adversely.
Sanjeev (name changed), a resident of Shahibaug complained that he had to withdraw money for buying medicines but could not find money in ATM of SBI, ICICI, Bank of India, Dena Bank, HDFC Bank in Meghaninagar and Shahibaug. Finally he managed some cash from an ATM of Axis Bank.
Sagar Rabari, general secretary of Gujarat Khedut Samaj said that he wanted to withdraw Rs10,000 from SBI, but he could not as a number of
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