Finance Minister reacts to the currency crunch and dry ATM’s issue, tweets have reviewed the situation. Currency flow is fine.
Nearly 8 states of the country including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh are upset with the lack of cash There are reports that there is no cash in ATM at all these places. The news is coming in between that the Gujarat government had been alerted to the RBI, but the RBI did not take any action on this. Due to lack of cash and empty ATMs, the common people are facing difficulties. यूपी, मध्य प्रदेश समेत देश के करीब 8 राज्य कैश की कमी से परेशान हैं। इन सभी जगह एटीएम में कैश नहीं होने की खबरें सामने आ रही [More]
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. Causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs.
The news of the lack of cash was coming out in eight states of the country. On which the statement of Minister of Defense Arun Jaitley has surfaced. Jaitley says this reduction is due to a very short period of time, due to the continuous festivals. This will soon get away. Let us tell you that the cash crisis is in four states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. देश के आठ राज्यों में कैश की कमी होने की खबरें सामने आ रही थी । जिस पर वित मंत्री अरुण जेटली का बयान सामने आया है । जेटली [More]
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs. While Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has called it a temporary shortage, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the crisis reminds her of days of demonetisation. Meanwhile, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused him of destroying the banking system.
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs. While Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has called it a temporary shortage, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the crisis reminds her of days of demonetisation. Meanwhile, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused him of destroying the banking system.
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi attackes PM Modi. India is facing Cash Crunch and for this, Rahul wants to counter PM Modi. According to him, Modi can’t stand in front of him if he gets a chance to speak in the Parliament. Watch the above video. कांग्रेस उपाध्यक्ष राहुल गांधी का बड़ा बयान सामने आया है । देश में कैश की भारी किल्लत को देखते हुए राहुल गांधी ने मोदी पर हमला बोला । राहुल ने कहा कि, संसद में अगर उन्हें बोलने का मौका दिया जाए तो 15 मिनट भी मोदी उनके साथ नहीं टिक सकेंगे । इस बयान [More]
While cash crunch woes go on, the banks are going to be closed for next 4 days due to bank holiday in many states. The banks will be closed from today till May 1. The holidays will be observed in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Delhi, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh. Earlier this month, severe cash crunch was reported in various parts of the country and it remains to be seen whether the banks are now prepared to ensure the availability of cash during the course of next four days.
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs.
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs.
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs. While Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has called it a temporary shortage, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the crisis reminds her of days of demonetisation. Meanwhile, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused him of destroying the banking system.
India is struggling with the Cash Crunch. The news of the lack of cash was coming out in eight states of the country. At the same time the government has disclosed about its reason. The government has given a very important reason behind this. Government has said that for a short time supply of rupees 2000 rupees has been stopped. That is why it has been done in exchange for 500 notes being printed. देश कैश की किल्लत से जूझ रहा है । देश के आठ राज्यों में कैश की कमी होने की खबरें सामने आ रही थी । वहीं [More]
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs. While Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has called it a temporary shortage, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the crisis reminds her of days of demonetisation. Meanwhile, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused him of destroying the banking system.
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. Causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs.
Cash may no longer be the king it once was, but dry ATMs still do pinch, even 15 months after demonetisation. Although the government has stepped in and assured that it is taking steps to tackle the cash shortage at ATMs, the printing of notes appears to be taking some time. Aside from the government’s reassurances, here are five ways to beat current cash shortage.
Owaisi has launches an all out attack on Centre over cash crunch, claims BJP supporters do not want to accept the truth. The situation is worse in South Hyderabad.
Massive cash crunch across country has left ATMs dry. There are hardly any ATMs, which have rupees two thousand or even five hundred notes, which are causing hardship for the common man. People in need of immediate cash is facing problem. Watch Public Opinion: कैश की किल्लत पूरे देश में देखने को मिल रही है, कई राज्यों से एटीएम से पैसे नहीं निकलने की खबर आ रही है.. हालांकी इन खबरों पर सरकार ने फौरी तौर पर एक्शन ले लिया है और बैकों तक नोटों को पहुंचाया जा रहा है….
Due to the problem of cash in the ATM across the country, people are facing a lot of problems. The government is making every effort to deal with it. Printing of new 500 and 2000 notes is underway in Dewas Printing Press, Madhya Pradesh. In the printing press, the employees are working in three shifts. This press was already working in two shifts, but now it has been increased. देशभर के एटीएम में नगदी की समस्या की वजह से लोगों को काफी दिक्कतों का सामना करना पड़ रहा है। सरकार इससे निपटने की हर कोशिश कर रही है । मध्य [More]
A SBI research has surfaced in which it has been said that there is a shortage of Rs 70,000 crore in the country … It is one-third of the cash withdrawal from ATM in a month … एसबीआई का एक रिसर्च सामने आया है जिसमें ये कहा गया है की देश में 70,000 करोड़ रुपये की कैश की कमी है… यह एक महीने में एटीएम से निकाले जाने वाले कैश का एक तिहाई है… देश में करेंसी क्रंच की खबरों के आने के बाद ये रिसर्च किया गया है…
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs.
There is still a lack of cash Crunch in the country … Cash is not coming from the ATM … It has been said from the side of the government that cash will start coming out from ATM till tomorrow … देश में अभी भी कैश की कमी है… एटीएम से पैसे नहीं निकल रहे हैं… सरकार की तरफ से कहा गया है की कल तक एटीएम से कैश निकलने लगेगा…
Many ATMs around the country, not only in the rural interiors but also Suburban townships of large metros, have been facing severe cash crunch for more than ten days now, particularly larger denomination notes. Long queues and ‘no cash’ signboards have became common in many parts as depositors are queued up to withdraw as much cash as possible in what is proving to create a mini panic. The RBI has clarified that the situation has risen due to logistical issues and there is no cash crunch in the country.
Where are Rs.2000 notes going and who is creating cash crunch? Questions MP CM Chouhan. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan sees a controversy creating cash crunch in the state. While addressing the people in Madhya Pradesh’s Shajapur, CM Chouhan said “16.5 lakh crore notes were printed & circulated in markets, but where are Rs.2000 notes going? Who is trying to create a cash crunch? This is a conspiracy to create problems and state Government will take strict action on it, we are in touch with centre also”. देश में एक बार फिर कैश की किल्लत दिख रही है.. [More]
Karnataka :Cash Crunch, ATM Runs Out Of Money, Public Facing Problem | ಸುದ್ದಿ ಟಿವಿ
Cash Crunch becomes new issue in India. To solve this issue, Central Government took major step. Income tax will raid specific places to maintain the liquidity of cash in the market. Watch the above video and know the government’s way to fight the situation. कैश क्रंच के बाद से देशभर में पैसों की किल्लत से निपटने के लिए सरकार सख्त कदम उठा रही है । इस मुद्दे पर आयकर विभाग कई जगहों पर छापेमारी कर पैसों की किल्लत को खत्म करेगी । इसमें सरकार चुनिंदा जगहों पर ही छापेमारी करेगी जिससे जल्द से जल्द देश में बढ़ती पैसों की समस्या [More]
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs.
Many ATMs around the country, not only in the rural interiors but also Suburban townships of large metros, have been facing severe cash crunch for more than ten days now, particularly larger denomination notes. Long queues and ‘no cash’ signboards have became common in many parts as depositors are queued up to withdraw as much cash as possible in what is proving to create a mini panic. The RBI has clarified that the situation has risen due to logistical issues and there is no cash crunch in the country.
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. Causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs.
In a sudden turn of events, we are getting report of cash having disappeared from the ATMs located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat causing a lot of problem to the common man, who have to return home empty-handed from ATMs.
Many states like Delhi, Maharashtra, UP, Telgangana and Rajasthan among others have reported that ATMs are either not working or have no cash. Many on twitter, including Mamata banerjee and Sitaram Yechury, are saying that it is a reminder of the cash crunch situation after demonetisation was announced in November, 2016. Union Minister for Finance, Arun Jaitley, has tweeted that the problem is temporary because of ‘sudden and unusual increase’ in some areas and that there is more than adequate currency in circulation.