What happens if the minimum margin amount is breached?

What happens if the minimum margin amount is breached?

Minimum margin is the margin amount that the investor should have allocated towards the open positions. If the minimum margin level is breached, the system will automatically block further funds. Incase investor does not have sufficient funds in his/her account, the position will be squared off.
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