This is one of the many good news announced by the Union Finance Minister ..
At present, it is very difficult to maintain the minimum balance in the current financial situation. Charges are charged if the minimum balance is not maintained in a bank account. This is causing tension for the account users. However, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has declared a great blessing. Coronavirus virus is currently spreading in present day India. This has caused many states to lock down .. to whom they are confined to their homes.
The economies of the country have collapsed. This is the situation not only in our country but in the present world. Under these circumstances, Nirmala Sitharaman has heard good news from the bank. What it means is to waive minimum balance charges in bank accounts. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has taken a number of key decisions, including lifting the minimum balance charges. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has suggested that bank account holders or online transactions should be avoided in case of a compulsory situation in which bank account holders are affected by the high prevalence of coronavirus in the country.
From now on, any bank account holder can draw money at any ATMs. However, the facility was dedicated for three months. Charges are applicable if the other bank account holder draws money beyond the limit of the bank’s ATM.
However, we usually end the last year of March. But the current year has been extended to June 30 in view of the current situation. The deadline for linking Aadhaar Pan to Dhim is also extended till June 30.