Election Commission writes to Finance ministry not to use indelible ink in banks

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Election Commission of India has written to Finance ministry not to use indelible ink in banks, ANI reported.

This after banks across India began to use the ink to ensure no individual was allowed to exchange old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes twice.

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The EC on 16 November had asked the government to keep in mind the election laws on use of indelible ink while applying the method to check the suspicious depositors.

In a letter to the Finance Ministry, the Election Commission had said five states are going for bypoll on November 19 and the government should ensure that use of indelible ink on people depositing money in banks does not create problems for the voters in these states.

 

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