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House panel seeks details from RBI, bankers on demonetisation outcome

Committee sought details from the RBI and banks about the fraud management system

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

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A parliamentary panel has sought details from the (RBI) about the post-scenario, including the quantum of banned notes deposited so far and also the black money that has come back to the system.

The 15-member committee on subordinate legislation, headed by Congress member T Subbarami Reddy, met with Deputy Governors N S Vishwanathan and B P Kanungo, senior and heads of state-owned insurers here on Wednesday.

The meeting was also attended by Irdai chairman T S Vijayan, senior officials from the department of financial services and the Industrial Finance Corporation of India.

"The committee posed questions to the deputy governors about the ground situation, post They asked the quantum of banned notes returned to the system, including the details about fake notes," said a banker.

The government on November 8 last year had demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes with the stated objective to fight corruption, black money and counterfeit notes. Later on, the government changed the objective to fighting terrorism and increasing digital payments.

"The panel also wanted to know from the brass how much black money has come back to the system, post demonetisation," said another banker.

The deputy governors, however, said they were not in a position to give the exact details, saying the process of recounting the deposited notes is still on. That apart, the window for NRIs to deposit the banned notes is also on till June 30.

The panel members also wanted to know from the steps they have taken to ensure customers do not have to face hardships due to a shortage of currency.

The committee sought details from the and banks about the fraud management system that has been put in place to safeguard customers' interest.

It also examined Irdai's regulation on issuance of e- insurance policies.

House panel seeks details from RBI, bankers on demonetisation outcome

Committee sought details from the RBI and banks about the fraud management system

Committee sought details from the RBI and banks about the fraud management system
A parliamentary panel has sought details from the (RBI) about the post-scenario, including the quantum of banned notes deposited so far and also the black money that has come back to the system.

The 15-member committee on subordinate legislation, headed by Congress member T Subbarami Reddy, met with Deputy Governors N S Vishwanathan and B P Kanungo, senior and heads of state-owned insurers here on Wednesday.

The meeting was also attended by Irdai chairman T S Vijayan, senior officials from the department of financial services and the Industrial Finance Corporation of India.

"The committee posed questions to the deputy governors about the ground situation, post They asked the quantum of banned notes returned to the system, including the details about fake notes," said a banker.

The government on November 8 last year had demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes with the stated objective to fight corruption, black money and counterfeit notes. Later on, the government changed the objective to fighting terrorism and increasing digital payments.

"The panel also wanted to know from the brass how much black money has come back to the system, post demonetisation," said another banker.

The deputy governors, however, said they were not in a position to give the exact details, saying the process of recounting the deposited notes is still on. That apart, the window for NRIs to deposit the banned notes is also on till June 30.

The panel members also wanted to know from the steps they have taken to ensure customers do not have to face hardships due to a shortage of currency.

The committee sought details from the and banks about the fraud management system that has been put in place to safeguard customers' interest.

It also examined Irdai's regulation on issuance of e- insurance policies.
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House panel seeks details from RBI, bankers on demonetisation outcome

Committee sought details from the RBI and banks about the fraud management system

A parliamentary panel has sought details from the (RBI) about the post-scenario, including the quantum of banned notes deposited so far and also the black money that has come back to the system.

The 15-member committee on subordinate legislation, headed by Congress member T Subbarami Reddy, met with Deputy Governors N S Vishwanathan and B P Kanungo, senior and heads of state-owned insurers here on Wednesday.

The meeting was also attended by Irdai chairman T S Vijayan, senior officials from the department of financial services and the Industrial Finance Corporation of India.

"The committee posed questions to the deputy governors about the ground situation, post They asked the quantum of banned notes returned to the system, including the details about fake notes," said a banker.

The government on November 8 last year had demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes with the stated objective to fight corruption, black money and counterfeit notes. Later on, the government changed the objective to fighting terrorism and increasing digital payments.

"The panel also wanted to know from the brass how much black money has come back to the system, post demonetisation," said another banker.

The deputy governors, however, said they were not in a position to give the exact details, saying the process of recounting the deposited notes is still on. That apart, the window for NRIs to deposit the banned notes is also on till June 30.

The panel members also wanted to know from the steps they have taken to ensure customers do not have to face hardships due to a shortage of currency.

The committee sought details from the and banks about the fraud management system that has been put in place to safeguard customers' interest.

It also examined Irdai's regulation on issuance of e- insurance policies.

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