Serpentine Queues Outside Banks To Exchange Rs 500, Rs 1,000 Notes

As banks and ATMs reopened Thursday, two days after RBI demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1000 note, people queued up across the country to exchange the scrapped notes. Bank branches and ATM centers saw long, serpentine queues extending to roads today morning. Delhi Police made elaborate arrangements to avoid any untoward incident. There was heavy police presence outside banks, petrol pumps, at Kendriya Bhandars, Safal centres, pharmacies, hospitals, Mother Dairy booths among others

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    Sankaran Krishnan
    Nov 15, 2016 at 3:30 am
    Still the crowds are seen in all Bank branches and ATMs and it is better to ensure enough of currency notes of all denominations for dispersal and also re-calibrate the ATMs on war footing for easy withdrawal of cash by one and all !!!
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      sollu nallaa
      Nov 10, 2016 at 4:12 pm
      This exchange of money is a simple task with proven solution in India. our elections. A person walks in with his money . His / Her forfinger is marked as in elections. The old money collected , new money issued. Zero time waste , Zero paper work. With Rs 5000 per head even 10 crore people walk in the amount is 50,000 crores that is 3% of cash in circulation. In three days with three fingers marked less than 10% of money under circulation 98% people will be relived of cash pressure. Please spread this message to make our life simple less haring.
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