- Reports of non availability of cash at ATMs in several states
- In Hyderabad, Varanasi and Bhopal people say no cash at ATMs
- Conspiracy behind non availability of Rs 2000 notes: CM of Madhya Pradesh
A cash crunch has been reported in several states of India, including Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana. People in Delhi have also been tweeting about non availability of cash at ATMs.
In Hyderabad office goers have told news agency ANI, that they have been unable to withdraw cash from ATMs in several parts of the city since yesterday. There are reports from Varanasi as well of people saying there is no cash at ATMs since yesterday.
Telangana: People in Hyderabad say, ‘We have been unable to withdraw cash from ATMs as the kiosks (ATM Kiosk), in several parts of the city, have run out of cash. We have visited several ATMs since yesterday but it is the situation everywhere’.