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Election commission asked government to stop usage of indelible, which is being used at several bank branches to check multiple exchanges of currency by people at banks after note ban.

Election commission asked government to stop usage of indelible, which is being used at several bank branches to check multiple exchanges of currency by people at banks after note ban.

Election commission wrote a letter to the Ministry of Finance asking them to stop usage of indelible ink because several states will hold elections and this will create confusion at the polling booths during elections.

The government should ensure that the mark of indelible ink may not create confusion during elections and should not cause problem to people when they go to cast vote.