Noida: there is confusion at the Metro station in Noida and most token counters refuse 500
By about one o'clock P. M. there were 1000 notes.
The process did not begin until the government announced acceptance of the instructions at the subway station.
Commuters went through a painful period of time as many of them had to get extra money to deposit into their subway cards as subway officials refused to pay back on the grounds that they lacked 100 denomination notes.
Complaints were received from the Botanical Garden subway station, passengers said they did not receive tokens when giving 500
Despite the government's commitment, there are still 1000 bills.
To ease the pressure on daily commuters, the government has expanded its use of the elderly.
High denomination notes from subway station to Saturday on Wednesday.
Before that, subway officials did not accept such records, and passengers had a hard time.
"I want a subway smart card for Rs 200 but I have a 500-note only.
I asked the subway officer to change my change for Rs.
300 but he refused to say that he had not changed.
I reluctantly had to top up for Rs 450 because I had no choice, "said Rahul Singh, who lives in sector 45, who is visiting Noida for a few days.
A senior DMRC official at the Botanical Garden metro station told TOI that they began to accept 500-
1000 remarks after the announcement, is trying to help customers.
"We understand the customer's problem, but given that we may run out of 100 rupees of notes ourselves, it is impossible to pay everyone's debt," he said . ".
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