Mumbai: Affected PMC bank customers boycott assembly elections

On the polling day, the PMC bank depositors who are struggling with the financial crisis boycotted the assembly polls by not registering their vote as a sign of protest

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Ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in Maharashtra, the Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) bank crisis created ruckus among thousands of account holders. However, the same failed to become an election issue in the state. 

On the polling day, the PMC bank depositors who are struggling with the financial crisis boycotted the assembly polls by not registering their vote as a sign of protest. 

Also Read: PMC Bank Crisis: PMC Bank Depositors Protest At Azad Maidan

Along with this, the customers of two other banks including Maratha Co-operative Bank also boycotted the elections. The bank depositors even put up banners to boycott elections in different places. 

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Earlier, a few PMC bank customer interacted with former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during his visit in Mumbai. After the affected customer expressed their problems, Dr. Singh assured them that he will raise the issue in the upcoming Parliament session. 

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