Law Kumar Mishra

Patna: People seeking to exchange old notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 continued to face hardship for the second consecutive day on Friday at the counters of banks. Though the bank managements had promised banks would open at  8 am, none of the branches started operations before 10 am. The students had to avoid their classrooms to rush to the banks to collect cash.
ATMs, which opened after two days, also failed to meet the demands of the customers. The  ATMs of some premier banks resumed their operations but by 12 noon, they started issuing regret slips due to shortage of money. ATMs of some nationalised banks could not resume their operations for the third consecutive day as money was not deposited in these ATMs which displayed notices regretting inconvenience declaring ATM is out of order.
Meanwhile, Income-tax officials on November 11 conducted raid at clinic-cum-residence of a leading doctor at Chapra. Officials said searches would continue till next few days at other places as IT was collecting inputs about investment rush in last one week.

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