Depositors Panic as RBI Imposes Withdrawal Limit on Bengaluru Co-Op Bank

The Wire reports:
New Delhi: Days after the RBI imposed a withdrawal limit of Rs 35,000 from the Sri Gururaghavendra Sahakara Bank Niyamita, anxious customers lined up before the urban co-op bank in Basavanagudi, Bengaluru and demanded answers from the bank's management. Speaking to the Times of India , 62-year-old Usha Devi said that she desperately needed a job as her savings had been locked in the bank. "I worked as a private firm secretary.
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