Shaktikanta Das announces to pay Rs 50,000 crore for emergency health services

May 05 2021 11:38 AM
Shaktikanta Das announces to pay Rs 50,000 crore for emergency health services

New Delhi: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das is holding a press conference today amid the global epidemic of coronavirus. Governor Shaktikanta Das has said that RBI will continue to monitor the current situation in corona. Deploy all its control resources and equipment, especially for citizens, business institutions, and other wave-affected institutions. He said Rs 50,000 crore is being given for emergency health services.

Shaktikanta Das says that after the first wave of the corona, the economy started to improve, but the second wave has once again created a crisis. We have to manage our resources properly to combat viruses. On the Indian economy, Shaktikanta Das said, there are signs of recovery in the global economy. The Indian economy also seems to be recovering from the pressure. India is confident of its ability to get out of the Covid crisis. A good monsoon is expected to keep rural demand strong.

RBI governor said manufacturing units seem to be slowing down. The tractor segment has picked up. However, auto registration has registered a decline in April. Businesses have learned to survive even after covid restrictions. Cases of corona infection in the country are increasing quite rapidly. This has led to lockdown or lockdown restrictions in many states of the country.

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