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Queues shorten before banks, ATMs

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Mangaldai Nov 23 - Long queues in front of banks and post offices in Mangaldai and its surrounding areas have diminished over the last ten days or so as the situation has started improving. The number of customers in the queues for most of the banks have decreased significantly . The situation is almost similar in the case of ATMs also.

Sources in the main branch of SBI Mangaldai claimed that they have not only dispensed cash from their bank counters, 12 Customer Service Points (CSP) under the branch have also been entrusted in this service in the urban as well as semi- urban areas. However shortage of supply of currency with lower denomination especially Rs 100 still remains a headache for the bank authority. In view of the situation, the branch authority has adopted special means to distribute a limited amount of cash in the denomination of Rs 100 to the members of some specific institutions including DC�s court, police reserve, District and Sessions Judge court, BAR association and Mangaldai Civil Hospital with the help of ATM or Debit card run Point of Sale (POS) machines, bank sources added. Meanwhile, a section of customers with ATM cards belonging to a few banks including UCO and AGVB expressed their resentment over the incompatible nature of their cards to draw cash from the POS machine.

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Queues shorten before banks, ATMs

Mangaldai Nov 23 - Long queues in front of banks and post offices in Mangaldai and its surrounding areas have diminished over the last ten days or so as the situation has started improving. The number of customers in the queues for most of the banks have decreased significantly . The situation is almost similar in the case of ATMs also.

Sources in the main branch of SBI Mangaldai claimed that they have not only dispensed cash from their bank counters, 12 Customer Service Points (CSP) under the branch have also been entrusted in this service in the urban as well as semi- urban areas. However shortage of supply of currency with lower denomination especially Rs 100 still remains a headache for the bank authority. In view of the situation, the branch authority has adopted special means to distribute a limited amount of cash in the denomination of Rs 100 to the members of some specific institutions including DC�s court, police reserve, District and Sessions Judge court, BAR association and Mangaldai Civil Hospital with the help of ATM or Debit card run Point of Sale (POS) machines, bank sources added. Meanwhile, a section of customers with ATM cards belonging to a few banks including UCO and AGVB expressed their resentment over the incompatible nature of their cards to draw cash from the POS machine.