The goal of the stock ban in F&O is to curb excessive speculation. When a stock's total open interest exceeds 95% of the market-wide position limit (MWPL), the stock exchange imposes an F&O ban. Traders are not allowed to open new positions in the stock that is subject to the F&O Ban during this time. But by squaring off positions, they can decrease their stake in that stock.
There are no stocks that are expected to release from the Ban today.
There is a chance that a stock may soon be added to the ban list if its MWPL is greater than 80%. A stock has a chance of leaving the ban list in the near future if its MWPL begins to fall below 95% while it is on the list.