Mamata Banerjee needs Punjab National Bank trick examined

Mamata Banerjee needs Punjab National Bank trick examined, requests that Center piece FRDI Bill

Mamata Banerjee needs Punjab National Bank trick examined, requests that Center piece FRDI Bill

Kolkata: West Bengal boss pastor Mamata Banerjee on Thursday requested an exhaustive examination concerning the fake exchanges worth $1.8 billion in Punjab National Bank and said she would not let the Central government free until the point when the general population’s cash is secured.

Banerjee said she has kept in touch with the fund service to scrap the proposed Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance (FRDI) Bill.

“Today individuals are stunned to perceive what has occurred in the Punjab National Bank in Mumbai. There has been a trick of Rs 11,000 crore. This is the cash of average folks. Who took away the cash? Who gobbled it up?” she asked amid an open gathering in Jhargram region.

“Wrongdoers will pursue away taking the cash yet what will happen to the basic man? Tricks like this must be explored. The security of individuals’ cash must be guaranteed. We won’t let them (the Central government) free until the point that that happens,” she said.

PNB, the second biggest open division bank in India, distinguished some false and unapproved exchanges (messages) at $1,771.69 million (around Rs 11,515 crore) in one of its branches in Mumbai for the advantage of a couple of select record holders.

The extortion was recognized on Wednesday in the PNB’s Brady House Branch in south Mumbai, which is its second-greatest loaning branch in the nation. A CBI test has been started into the issue and 10 representatives of the bank have been put under suspension.

Blaming the Center for endeavoring to take away the general population’s cash saved in the saves money with its FRDI Bill, Banerjee said she has composed two “in number letters” to the Finance Ministry requesting the withdrawal of the bill.

“We requested that the legislature pull back the bill as they are attempting take away the cash of the average citizens. This must not occur. The fund serve recognized my letter yet then sent an answer through a state serve saying the bill would not affect anything,” the Trinamool Congress supremo said.

“Today I have kept in touch with one more solid letter before coming here requesting the withdrawal of FRDI charge. Gobbling up the cash of basic man won’t be permitted.”

(This Story originating from FIRSTPOST)

Sanjay Bhagat

The author Sanjay Bhagat

Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

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