Former President Pranab Mukherjee expressed concern,necessary to put capital in public sector banks

Dec 12 2019 10:41 AM
Former President Pranab Mukherjee expressed concern,necessary to put capital in public sector banks

Former President of India Pranab Mukherjee has said that I am not worried about the decrease in GDP growth in the country. Some things are happening, which are being seen. He is not worried about the slowdown in the country's economy. He said that some things are happening, which are showing an impact on the economy. Mukherjee, who was the Finance Minister, said that there is a need to infuse capital in public sector banks and there is nothing wrong with this.

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In his statement, Mukherjee, who was the Finance Minister, said that there is a need to infuse capital in public sector banks and there is nothing wrong with this. Mukherjee said that I am not worried about the decrease in GDP growth in the country. Some things are happening, which are being seen.

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Apart from this, former President Pranab Mukherjee has said that dialogue is important. Mukherjee said that the authenticity of data is also very important in a democracy. He said that there should be no tampering. Mukherjee said that if it does not happen then the opposite effect is seen. Regarding the important contribution of the Planning Commission to the economy of the country, he said that I am happy that the NITI Aayog is also working to advance some of its policies. Regarding the Indian banking system, he said that during the economic crisis of 2008, banks had shown strength. He said that I was the finance minister at that time and no bank had approached me for money. Now there is a huge need for capital in banks and there is nothing wrong with this. Apart from this, the former President also commented on political issues and said that dialogue is very important in a democracy.

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