Govt Waives Off Charges On Debit Cards Till Dec 31

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| November 23 , 2016 , 10:44 IST
[caption id="attachment_236503" align="aligncenter" width="700"]Shaktikanta Das Announces Adjustments To Demonetisation Policy Shaktikanta Das Announces Adjustments To Demonetisation Policy[/caption] Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das addresses media with updates on the demonetisation policy. Here are highlights: Some of public & private sector banks & service providers agreed to waive service charges on use of debit cards up to Dec 31-Shaktikanta Das 82,000 ATMs re-calibrated so far, only a matter of few days all the ATMs will be re-calibrated: Shaktikanta Das, Economic Affairs Secy No service charge will be levied on digital financial transactions using feature phones till Dec 31st '16: Shaktikanta Das Public banks have said that there has been a surge in demand for usage of digital financial transactions: Shaktikanta Das FM Arun Jaitley held video-conference call with NABARD & RBI; advised them to carry out whole chain of activities smoothly: Shaktikanta Das NABARD and RBI has been advised to ensure adequate cash supply is available to the DCCBs: Shaktikanta Das NABARD has sanctioned Rs 21,000 crore limit to district central cooperative bank: Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das For benefit of agricultural operations in current rabi season, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has sanctioned a credit limit of ₹ 23,000 cr to District Central Co-operative Banks (DCCBs): Shaktikanta Das Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das briefs the media

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