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Bank open today only for their own customer and senior citizens

All bank are open today. But only senior citizens and their own customers can change their notes today.

From Monday all customers will be allowed to exchange notes at a branch of any bank. Banks will be closed this Sunday.

CEO of Indian Banks’ Association, K Unnikrishnan  said that “For the last 10 days, bank employees have been totally occupied handling the demonetisation (rush). We have decided to give them some relief.”

After PM Modi's surprise announcement, bank employees have been working long hours. According to highly placed sources, the government may soon ban exchange of demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes with legal tender.

Reducing the exchange limit to Rs 2,000 has not deterred cash hoarders from sending surrogates to exchange notes on their behalf.

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