Rs 500, 1,000 Note Ban: ATMs fail to Deliver Money in delhi

New Delhi: For the second day in succession, individuals in North East Delhi regions faced difficulty over the trading the demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 cash notes as more than 60 for every penny of the ATMs did not work as guaranteed by the investors.



A large portion of the banks has apportioned the new Rs 2,000 coin notes to individuals, who needed Rs 100 and Rs 50 group cash. Where the Centre has extended the suspension of toll tax on National Highways until November 14, 2016, midnight, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said in New Delhi on Friday.

Long lines at banks were accounted for at numerous spots in East Delhi on Saturday to trade their old cash and to store the banned notes and the general population, who don’t have financial balances, have confronted numerous challenges to trade their old money in Delhi and country.

Bank customers waits next to a closed ATM as others queue to exchange old 500 and 1000 rupee notes and deposit money at a bank in Nagpur.India on November 11, 2016. Long queues formed outside banks in India as people crowded into deposit and withdraw money after the two largest denomination notes were taken out of circulation.

The week by week showcases in tribal pockets was seen less crowded because of deficiency of lower category cash and tribal ranchers were deceived by a few brokers by giving higher group coin notes for the backwoods items.

It has tight for around two days for the ATM office to pull back Rs 2,000 category notes of Rs 100 and Rs 50 for necessities. Be that as it may, it is extremely dismal of the ATMs.

While a bank officer, announced , in the Delhi state. It appears that ATMs in Delhi will be shut till Monday because of deficiency of Rs 100 coin notes.