new Delhi: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman held a meeting with the managing directors of banks on Saturday. It was decided that every notice sent by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will have a unique registration number, which will show that the notice is authentic. The CBI action taken for the business failing due to some legitimate commercial reason will be more sensitive and they will get separate facility. That is, some concession will be available. In case of bank fraud, FIR will be written in CBI through e-filing. A fixed email will also be sent to the CBI.
It was decided in the meeting that CBI will give a separate phone number on which any person can call and complain against the wrong or harassment of the Investigating Officer or agency. In addition, banks will follow the standards set for all forensic audits and forensic audit training will be given with CBI.
Apart from this, a new platform eB purchase (e-selling) has been launched by banks to sell the attached property. On this platform, arrangements will be made to sell the attached property by all banks.
In fact, in the last three years, banks have attached properties worth 2.3 lakh crores. A photo video of these properties will be available on eB purchasing, which can be navigated. So far, details of 35000 properties have been present on this platform. They will be auctioned.
NPAs of banks have decreased. The NPA was 8.96 lakh crore rupees in March 2018, it has become 7.27 lakh crore rupees in September 2019.
At the same time, it has also been decided that companies with a turnover of more than Rs 50 crore will make the arrangement of Rupay card and UPI mandatory for digital payment, in which customers do not have to pay charge or merchant discount rate.
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