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Bagaha: A mad rush of people was witnessed on second consecutive day at the branches of all nationalised banks at Bagaha on Friday to deposit notes of Rs 500 and 1,000  of denominations and get them exchanged. Senior citizens are worst sufferer as they lack stamina to stand in queue for several hours.

ATMs of different banks remained closed on Friday too at Bagaha. The gate of Naraipur station chowk branch of SBI closed after 12 pm because of lack of space in the bank corridor to accommodate customors. Police have a tough time handling the customers. Naraipur post office failed to deposit the notes of Rs 500 and 1,000 denominations due to shortage of staff. Postmaster of Naraipur post office Vishwanath Prasad said no currency of any denomination is available. Deepnarain Prasad, President, Tharu welfare federation, says a large number of people from remote areas come to deposit the banned currency and get them exchanged with new ones, returned disappointed after whole day standing in a queue. Women are seen very active in depositing their Rs 500 and 1,000 notes.


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