ATM service interrupted due to partial curfew

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Ambedkar Nagar. The ATM service derailed again on Sunday under partial curfew. Since that morning, consumers were forced to switch from one ATM to another to withdraw money. Somewhere the shutters of the ATMs could not open due to a lack of cash, and somewhere consumers could not enjoy them due to technical malfunctions. The alarm was that on Sunday the shutters of around 15 ATMs in the district headquarters could not open themselves. Disgruntled consumers said that in the interests of ordinary citizens, all necessary steps should be taken to keep the ATM service running smoothly.
The ATM service, which was often answered during the holidays, derailed again on Sunday. Ordinary citizens had problems with the ATM service responding amid a partial curfew. He was forced to go from one ATM to another. Somewhere the shutters of the ATMs could not open due to a lack of cash, and somewhere consumers could not enjoy them due to technical malfunctions. Because of this, people wandered around here and there.
In the sultry summer, this made the consumer problem even worse. Ram Kumar from Akbarpur and Golu from Shahzadpur said that those in charge should take concrete steps so that consumers can use the ATM service smoothly. On the other hand, LDM Ashish Kumar Singh said that all ATMs were working fine. There was no complaint about any type of bug anywhere.

Ambedkar Nagar. The ATM service derailed again on Sunday under partial curfew. Since that morning, consumers were forced to switch from one ATM to another to withdraw money. Somewhere the shutters of the ATMs could not open due to a lack of cash, and somewhere consumers could not enjoy them due to technical malfunctions. The alarm was that on Sunday the shutters of around 15 ATMs in the district headquarters could not open themselves. Disgruntled consumers said that in the interests of ordinary citizens, all necessary steps should be taken to keep the ATM service running smoothly.

The ATM service, which was often answered during the holidays, derailed again on Sunday. Ordinary citizens had problems with the ATM service responding amid a partial curfew. He was forced to go from one ATM to another. Somewhere the shutters of the ATMs could not open due to a lack of cash, and somewhere consumers could not enjoy them due to technical malfunctions. Because of this, people wandered around here and there.

In the sultry summer, this made the consumer problem even worse. Ram Kumar from Akbarpur and Golu from Shahzadpur said that those in charge should take concrete steps so that consumers can use the ATM service smoothly. On the other hand, LDM Ashish Kumar Singh said that all ATMs were working fine. There was no complaint about any type of bug anywhere.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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