EC objects to putting indelible ink for currency exchange

JK News Today 

 

New Delhi, November 18 ( JKNT)

Election Commission of India has asked Finance Ministry to stop use of indelible ink in exchange of scrapped currency for the new notes.

EC raised the concern as several states will be going to polls and this is one of major points to mark citizens who have already voted.

It is a serious matter, the  ECI  has said and written to Finance ministry not to use indelible ink in banks.

Government had ordered banks to mark left hand index finger of person exchanging high denomination defunct currency bills with indelible ink so that the person cannot exchange currency again.

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