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FD interest rates cut blow to middle class: Kejriwal

Media reports said the FD interest rates were slashed by 1.9 per cent by the SBI following a surge in deposits

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Photo: PTI
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Photo: PTI

Delhi Chief Minister on Monday slammed the Centre after interest rates for fixed deposits were slashed by the State Bank of India and said it is a "huge blow" to the middle class.

"Is this true? reduced drastically? Huge blow to middle class," the Aam Aadmi Party leader tweeted.
Media reports said the were slashed by 1.9 per cent by the SBI following a surge in deposits.

The has denounced the ban on high value currency that has caused a cash chaos.

FD interest rates cut blow to middle class: Kejriwal

Media reports said the FD interest rates were slashed by 1.9 per cent by the SBI following a surge in deposits

Media reports said the FD interest rates were slashed by 1.9 per cent by the SBI following a surge in deposits
Delhi Chief Minister on Monday slammed the Centre after interest rates for fixed deposits were slashed by the State Bank of India and said it is a "huge blow" to the middle class.

"Is this true? reduced drastically? Huge blow to middle class," the Aam Aadmi Party leader tweeted.
Media reports said the were slashed by 1.9 per cent by the SBI following a surge in deposits.

The has denounced the ban on high value currency that has caused a cash chaos.
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FD interest rates cut blow to middle class: Kejriwal

Media reports said the FD interest rates were slashed by 1.9 per cent by the SBI following a surge in deposits

Delhi Chief Minister on Monday slammed the Centre after interest rates for fixed deposits were slashed by the State Bank of India and said it is a "huge blow" to the middle class.

"Is this true? reduced drastically? Huge blow to middle class," the Aam Aadmi Party leader tweeted.
Media reports said the were slashed by 1.9 per cent by the SBI following a surge in deposits.

The has denounced the ban on high value currency that has caused a cash chaos.

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