People throng for cash in national capital after 3-day bank holiday

New Delhi, December 13
Banks opened today after three-days of holiday post-demonetisation, witnessing huge rush as cashless people were seen standing in front of the banks making lines to withdraw their money.
In North Delhi’s Vijay Nagar area people were standing in large numbers outside various banks in the area since early morning.
While maximum of the cash vending machines were not dispensing cash, only a few ATMs were functioning in the area leading to more trouble for the people
residing here.
Since after one month of the note-ban, the scenario of the State Bank of India branch don’t seems to change as people were seen standing in long queue to get cash. While, the PNB branch witnessed less rush.
People were even seen standing in lines in front of the Axis bank and HDFC bank
“Though, it (demonetization) is a good move, the Centre should have taken care about the woe’s of the common people. More, cash should have been dispensed by them in ATMs,” a man standing in queue outside the SBI bank here said.
In Parliament street area of the national capital ,people were seen standing in long queues outside PNB ATMs still the banks in the area continued to witness rush. Most of the ATMs were functioning, only a few were not vending out cash.
The scenario in the Vasant Vihar area is the same. In Green Park area of the city long queues were witnessed outside the banks/ATMs. In Dwarka area people were seen making a beeline outside the ATM, waiting for cash though the shutter was down.
The Congress party has criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his decision to scrap old notes of Rs 500/1000 denomination questioning the timing and poor implementation of the policy. While, the Aam Aadmi Party and All India Trinamool Congress had asked the Government to roll back its

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