The cash crunch in the aftermath of the government's ban on Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 notes is bad enough in metros with block-long queues. But how bad is it in the small towns of India? Deep in eastern Uttar Pradesh, in Vindhyachal and Mirzapur, NDTV did a reality check. And the results were staggering. The journey started at 9 am, outside the ICICI bank ATM in the temple town of Vindhyachal. Rohit Singh, a 22-year-old pilgrim, said he had already tried three ATM cards. None worked. The ATM is out of cash.