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Arunachal Cong stir at SBI branches over cash crisis

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ITANAGAR, April 20 - Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) along with its frontal wings on Friday held demonstrations and gheraoed State Bank of India (SBI) branches at VIP Road, Itanagar and Naharlagun as part of their first phase of protest against cash crunch in banks and ATMs.

Holding placards and banners, the protesters shouted slogans to press for making currencies available in all bank branches in the twin capital cities of Itanagar and Naharlagun and other parts of the State.

The State is facing acute shortage of cash for the past few days. �This is the result of demonetisation launched by Narendra Modi and BJP Govt one and half years back. After demonetisation Arunachal Pradesh is facing shortage of ash in the banks and ATMs of the capital as well as in the districts and it�s not ended till today,� claimed APCC.

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Arunachal Cong stir at SBI branches over cash crisis

ITANAGAR, April 20 - Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) along with its frontal wings on Friday held demonstrations and gheraoed State Bank of India (SBI) branches at VIP Road, Itanagar and Naharlagun as part of their first phase of protest against cash crunch in banks and ATMs.

Holding placards and banners, the protesters shouted slogans to press for making currencies available in all bank branches in the twin capital cities of Itanagar and Naharlagun and other parts of the State.

The State is facing acute shortage of cash for the past few days. �This is the result of demonetisation launched by Narendra Modi and BJP Govt one and half years back. After demonetisation Arunachal Pradesh is facing shortage of ash in the banks and ATMs of the capital as well as in the districts and it�s not ended till today,� claimed APCC.

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