PMC Issue: Manmohan Singh appeals PM, Maharashtra govt to resolve the grievances of customers

17 Oct 2019 11:30 PM

PMC Issue: Manmohan Singh appeals PM, Maharashtra govt to resolve the grievances of customers

Updated 17 Oct 2019 11:30 PM

Former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh on Thursday appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to look into the Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank matter and resolve the grievances of the "affected 16 lakh people."
"It is very unfortunate what has happened in the case of this bank. I appeal to the Maharashtra Chief Minister, the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister to look into this matter and resolve the grievances of the affected 16 lakh people," Singh told media here. "I expect the government of India, RBI and the government of Maharashtra to put their head together and provide a credible, pragmatic and effective solution to this case where 16 lakh depositors are trying for justice," he added.




 

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