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ATM inaugurated in court complex

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— Photo: C Venkatachalapathy

new facility: Principal District Sessions Judge D. Ramabathiran inaugurating the ATM in Cuddalore on Wednesday.

CUDDALORE: Principal District Sessions Judge D. Ramabathiran inaugurated the State Bank of India's offsite Automated Teller Machine (ATM) in the court complex here on Wednesday.

This is the first ATM to be set up on a government property in Cuddalore. It is the seventh such facility in Cuddalore town and 31st in the district.

Mr. Justice Ramabathiran judge said the SBI was setting up offsite ATMs at many places to take banking services to the doorstep of the customers. The ATMs would enable speedy monetary transactions thereby saving lot of time and effort.

M. Pandiaraj, Assistant General Manager, SBI, Tiruchi cluster, said the ATM is a wonder machine because it has incorporated services such as issuing mini statement, answering balance enquiry, enabling card-to-card money transfer of up to Rs. 50,000 a day and so on.

All the banks' ATM cards could be used without additional charges. S. Jeyarama Moorthy, Assistant General Manager, Regional Business Office, Puducherry, said that the ATMs were functioning as mini-banks. Responding to the request made by P.J.X. Vedanayagam, president of the Cuddalore Bar Association, that the bank should extend loan to lawyers Mr. Moorthy said the bank was doing so provided the lawyers produced income certificates.

K .Govindarajan, senior manager, Manjakuppam branch of the bank, said three more ATMs would be set up soon at Thirupadiripuliyur, Karaikkadu and Old Town.

R. Shanmuganathan, Chief Judicial Magistrate, K. Ashokan, Sessions Judge, Mahila Court, and PWD Executive Engineer Manoharan were present.

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