I have a balance in my ledger, but I am unable to place withdrawal?

I have a balance in my ledger, but I am unable to place withdrawal?

This will happen if you have closed the derivative position or if you have sold the equities. You can only withdraw the funds after T+1 days in case of Derivatives (FNO/CDS/MCX) and T+2 days in case of equity. This is because Exchanges in India follows the rolling settlement.
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