Why is the withdrawal request is being rejected?

Why is the withdrawal request is being rejected?

You could have requested the payout higher than the balance available, or you have sold shares or made profits, that can be withdrawn only after T+2 days in case of Equities or T+1 day in case Derivatives (FNO/CDS/MCX) respectively.

Note – If you are trading in both equity and commodity segment, and if you have a negative balance in either of the accounts, your withdrawal request will be rejected. You will have to clear your dues to make a withdrawal.

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