Ludhiana: The harassment of the residents for withdrawal of their own cash continues on Tuesday also as no cash was available in banks and majority of the ATM machines in the city.
However, cash was filled in ATM machines due to long queues the people have to spend around two hours in queues. As because of Tuesday as a working day, the working people have to take exemption from offices or work places.
At Hambraon Road, the anger of people splits on roads and several customers of State Bank of India (SBI) protested against the government and bank authorities for not giving cash outside Hambran Road branch of the bank.
The residents raised slogans against the union government and demanded to take the decision of demonetisation back.
They claimed that only poor and middle class people were affected due to demonetisation as the government and banks have made no arrangements for the availability of cash. From last twelve days, no cash was available in private and several other banks, rue the residents.
Meanwhile, a social activist Brij Bhushan Goyal has submitted representation to national human rights commission against reserve bank of India authorities.
Goyal in his letter mentioned that Ludhiana city is an industrial city on world map where there are numerous enterprises manufacturing hosiery goods, textiles, cycle parts, sewing machines and other factories were situated. All have been very hardly hit by the unplanned demonetisation.
Due to demonetisation, all the industry is badly affected and moreover, the elderly people, women and daily workers and small entrepreneurs have to spend several hours in queues outside banks and ATM to withdraw cash.
RBI has not provided adequate against demand liabilities of the banks which have been thrust upon banks due to unplanned
Goyal appealed to national human rights commission to intervene and enquire working of RBI. He also demanded enquiry under the law in RBI Chandigarh office and responsible officers as it has harassed the nation at large.
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