Can I unpledge the securities?

Can I unpledge the securities?

Yes, you can unpledge securities from the 5Paisa Mobile App or Website.

To unpledge on the Mobile App please follow the below steps-
  1. Go to the Book section of the 5paisa app and then to the Holdings sub-section

  2. Click on the Pledge/Unpledge button at the bottom of the page

  3. Click on Unpledge

  4. Select the securities you wish to unpledge

  5. Click on Submit Unpledge Request

And on the Website-
  1. Go to Order and Position from the menu on the left
  2. Click on Holdings and then on Unpledge
  3. Select the stocks you wish to unpledge and submit the unpledge request
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