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Govt faces flak over note culling, tries to assuage concerns

West Bengal CM alleged the salaries people were not being able to withdraw money from their accounts

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi, Kolkata & Bhubaneshwar 

Amid salary day blues, Mamata Banerjee on Thursday alleged her state West Bengal and some others were being discriminated against in supply of new currency notes and demanded that RBI furnish details of bills distributed to each state. "Rs 500, Rs 100 and smaller currency notes not seen in Bengal and many parts of the country. They have become a rare commodity. Let RBI release all figures as to which state is getting which currency," Banerjee said in a statement in Kolkata. "There is total discrimination in disbursement of cash between states. These ...

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Govt faces flak over note culling, tries to assuage concerns

West Bengal CM alleged the salaries people were not being able to withdraw money from their accounts

West Bengal CM alleged the salaries people were not being able to withdraw money from their accounts Amid salary day blues, Mamata Banerjee on Thursday alleged her state West Bengal and some others were being discriminated against in supply of new currency notes and demanded that RBI furnish details of bills distributed to each state. "Rs 500, Rs 100 and smaller currency notes not seen in Bengal and many parts of the country. They have become a rare commodity. Let RBI release all figures as to which state is getting which currency," Banerjee said in a statement in Kolkata. "There is total discrimination in disbursement of cash between states. These ... image
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Govt faces flak over note culling, tries to assuage concerns

West Bengal CM alleged the salaries people were not being able to withdraw money from their accounts

Amid salary day blues, Mamata Banerjee on Thursday alleged her state West Bengal and some others were being discriminated against in supply of new currency notes and demanded that RBI furnish details of bills distributed to each state. "Rs 500, Rs 100 and smaller currency notes not seen in Bengal and many parts of the country. They have become a rare commodity. Let RBI release all figures as to which state is getting which currency," Banerjee said in a statement in Kolkata. "There is total discrimination in disbursement of cash between states. These ...

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