Lakshmi Vilas Bank (LVB) moratorium period will come to an end on Thursday and normal banking operations would commence thereafter, RBI-appointed administrator T.N. Manoharan said. That means cap on cash withdrawals for bank account holders goes too.

“The moratorium period ends on November 26. From November 27 (Friday) onwards, normal operations will resume,” Manoharan told IANS.

According to the RBI, the amalgamation of the LVB with DBS Bank India Ltd will come into force on November 27, and all the branches of the LVB will function as branches of DBS Bank India from Friday onwards.

Customers, including depositors of the Lakshmi Vilas Bank, will be able to operate their accounts as customers of DBS Bank India from November 27.

DBS India Ltd is making necessary arrangements to ensure that service, as usual, is provided to LVB`s customers, the RBI said.

As part of the moratorium announced by RBI on November 17, withdrawal of deposits from LVB were capped at Rs 25,000 and this will be taken off from November 27 onwards.

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