New Delhi Withdrawing more than 5 thousand money from ATM, additional charges may have to be paid in the coming days. RBI or Reserve Bank of India is considering this. According to media reports, it will not be included in five free transactions. At the same time, it is being said that on withdrawal of five thousand rupees from the ATM, the bank can charge an additional Rs 24 from customers. So far, five transactions are available for free. After this, an additional fee of 20 rupees has to be paid for the transactions done.
Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi told silly idea
At the same time, politics has also started on taking extra fee for withdrawing more than 5 thousand money from ATM. Senior Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi has tweeted in this regard on Twitter. He has written in his tweet that, 'If you withdraw more than 5000 rupees from ATM, then you have to pay extra charge. What kind of foolish rule is this that people have to pay a fee to withdraw their money. It may be in favor of the limit of withdrawing money from more ATMs, but by this you are troubling your own citizens'.
A committee was formed to reconsider the ATM fee
According to reports, RBI had also constituted a committee to reconsider the ATM charges. The recommendation of this committee is that if a customer withdraws more than five thousand money from the ATM at a time, then he should be charged extra. In such a situation, if the recommendations of the committee are accepted, then after about 8 years, this important change in the rules related to ATM will happen. At the same time, there is also news that the intention of RBI is to reduce the trend of ATMs in big cities now. People only use ATMs to deposit money. Whereas the number of ATMs should be increased in small towns whose population is less than 10 lakh.
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