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March 31, 2020

Nirmala Sitharaman: no money will be charged for withdrawing money from any ATM for 3 months

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The country is struggling with a coronavirus infection. Meanwhile, the government on Tuesday provided a big relief for the common man. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman held a press conference after discussing the current situation with the Finance Ministry officials. During this, she said that a relief package for the industries facing the crisis will be announced soon. Made a big announcement for the common man as well. Nirmala said- for the next three months there will be no charge on withdrawing money from any ATM. Apart from this, the condition of keeping a minimum balance in bank accounts has also been abolished. The Finance Minister said that the date for filing ITR returns and linking PAN-Aadhaar has also been extended till June 30.

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