KATHMANDU, March 22: Dhananjay Maharjan, who has been operating a clothes store in Kathmandu's New Road for a long time, used to have a daily business of Rs 100,000 to Rs 150,000 in the past years. He was earning a good income from his clothing store. However, at present his shop barely has a business of Rs 40,000 to Rs 50,000. “There is no money in the market. Customers have also stopped coming to the store," said Maharjan. When asked about the business, he said, "We should ask Nepal Rastra Bank, where has the money gone? Neither the customers come nor is the borrowed amount recovered.” According to Maharjan, the customers have not come because there is no money in the market and the due amount has not been raised as well.