Bengaluru, Nov 16: With long, serpentine queues outside banks and ATMs, mobile ATMs have proved to be a blessing in disguise. Several banks have rolled out their mobile ATMs or 'ATM on wheels' in cities like Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Noida.
These ATMs not only provide respite in a busy city like Delhi but also help those in remote areas to deal with the cash crunch that everyone is facing at present.
A day after Narendra Modi announced that Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 will be illegal from Tuesday (Nov 8) midnight, hundreds of people queued up at banks and ATMs to withdraw money resulting in a severe cash crunch across the nation.
In Delhi, Punjab National Bank set up a mobile ATM at ITPO Pragati Maidan, whereas a mobile ATM by Canara Bank was seen near MG Road in Bengaluru.
Here are some images of the mobile ATMs across the country:
Mobile ATM van seen in Noida
With many facing a cash crunch, banks have rolled out mobile ATMs to help people. Photo courtesy- Twitter
Dena Bank sends mobile ATM to help customers
Dena Bank rolled out its mobile ATM and people were seen flocking to the van in Worli, Mumbai last week.
Punjab National Bank's mobile ATM in Delhi
Punjab National bank too rolled out its ATM on wheels facility at the Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
People flock to Canara bank mobile ATM in Bengaluru
Several senior citizens were seen withdrawing money from the Canara Bank mobile ATM van near MG Road, Bengaluru. Photo courtesy- Twitter