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Bank ATMs resume.

Kathmandu, May 9 -- With the withdrawal of the general strike by the UCPN (Maoist), banks running 365-day services opened their branches on Saturday. The ATM counters reopened from Friday evening.

President of Nepal Bankers' Association Sasin Joshi said the bank branches witnessed a rise of 15-20 percent more withdrawal of cash than usual. "It is natural as people had been unable to withdraw money due to the strike," he said. Contrary to expectations, the ATM counters were not so crowded on Saturday. Joshi said the banks have enough cash for withdrawal as they had arranged for maximum cash before the general strike.

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