Bhopal News: MLA Rameshwar Sharma demanded relief from the Chief Minister in the recovery of bank loans
Bhopal News: Bhopal (Navdunia Representative) .Rajeshwar Sharma, the MLA of Huzur Legislative Assembly and former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, has written a letter to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Saturday demanding relief in debt collection by government and non-government banks. MLA Rameshwar Sharma said that the trade-off is completely closed due to the lockdown caused by the global epidemic corona. With the sensitive leadership of CM, better management, doctors – health workers, dedication of officers, employees and the support of the people, Madhya Pradesh is moving towards unlock in the direction of conquering the corona infection. In such a situation, it will take some time for the business to return to the track after the lockdown opens. Business: Despite the stagnation of the business, people are going to face the big challenge of depositing different types of loans taken from government and non-government banks. In case of non-deposit of bank loan, information is being received from the tax bank about additional surcharge as well as legal proceedings related to recovery. MLA Sharma said that the lockdown on one side and the financial crisis on the other, the worry of paying the installment is definitely a big challenge for the lower and middle class families. It is noteworthy that at present everyone is in homes due to lockdown, income has stopped, while expenses have increased, it has become difficult to run the house, then how can the installment be paid. In such a situation, to provide relief for the next three months in debt from the bank, a letter has been written to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
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