Don’t Use Indelible ink in Bank says election Comission

The Election Commission of India wrote letter to the Finance Ministry asking them not to use indelible ink in banks as it might create problems in states going to polls. Uttar Pradesh and Punjab states are having assembly elections in next year and states like Madhya Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, and West Bengal have constituencies where by-elections going to be  held on November 19. So, election commission asked finance ministry to avoid using indelible ink in banks.

Don't Use Indelible ink in Bank says election Comission

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