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Cash Crunch: ATMs goes cashless across India; Twitterati trolls Arun Jaitley says 'ATMs are Cashless, Jaitley is Clueless'

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 17 April 2018, 14:16 IST

The silent demonisation is striking in many states as ATMs runs dry making people remembering cash crunch during the note ban on 8 November 2016. Many people across the country are facing a shortage of cash from last 15 days as the ATMs are not dispensing currency notes.

“We are facing a cash crunch. ATMs are not dispensing cash. The situation has been the same for 15 days. We have visited several ATMs today as well, to no avail,” the agency quoted people as saying. In Hyderabad, news agency ANI quoted people as saying they had been unable to withdraw cash since yesterday. There are similar reports from Varanasi.

The cash crunch has been reported in several states Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra including poll-bound Karnataka. In Delhi also, people are tweeting about cash crunch at many ATMs of the Capital.

Meanwhile, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley calls it a temporary shortage and said, "overall there is more than the adequate currency in circulation...the temporary shortage is caused by a sudden and unusual increase in some areas."

Well, whenever government give chances to the people they without giving a thought and slams their act of government failure. No doubt Twitterati are creative and funny both at a time and knows well to take a dig over the issues in a unique style. Just, the news of Cashless ATMs made rows on media, twitterati came on the filed with their creative heads that are their big weapons.

One of the Tweeple trolled Finance Minister and tweeted, “Dear Finance Minister, Cashless Economy does not mean Cashless Banks and Cashless ATMs. We hope you understand.”

Also read: ATMs runs dry in many states, people face cash crunch after Rs 2000, other notes vanish; here's what government has to say

Check the tweet here, how tweeple started a #CashCrunch rebellion.

First published: 17 April 2018, 14:16 IST
 
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