RBI Cancels Bank License: A big news is coming for bank customers. Recently RBI has canceled the license of a bank. For your information, let us tell you that now you will not be able to do transactions in this bank. Let us know in the news below why this step was taken-
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has now canceled the license of a co-operative bank after imposing penalty on some banks recently.
RBI has canceled the license of Shankarrao Pujari Nutan Nagari Sahakari Bank Limited located in Ichalkaranji, Kolhapur. This step has been taken by the Central Bank because the bank does not have sufficient capital and earning potential.
Entitled to receive his entire deposit amount from DICGC
In a statement from RBI, it was said that ‘The bank has stopped banking operations from the close of business on December 4, 2023.’ According to the data filed by the bank, 99.85 percent of the bank’s depositors are entitled to get the full amount of their deposits from the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC).
While canceling the license of the bank, RBI said, ‘The bank does not have sufficient capital and earning potential. The co-operative bank with its current financial position will be unable to make full payments to its current depositors.
99.85 percent depositors will be able to get the entire deposit amount.
The Reserve Bank said that if the United India Co-operative Bank is allowed to carry on its banking business, public interest will be adversely affected. The bank with its current financial position will be unable to make full payments to its current depositors.
Let us tell you that under DICGC rules, every depositor of the bank will be entitled to receive the deposit insurance claim amount of his deposits up to the monetary limit of Rs 5 lakh. According to the data presented by the bank, 99.85 percent depositors are entitled to receive their entire deposit amount.
RBI also informed that as of July 24, DICGC has already paid total insured deposits amounting to Rs 41.60 crore under the provisions of Section 18A of the DICGC Act, 1961, based on the wishes of the respective depositors of the bank.
Earlier, the Reserve Bank had imposed fine on four cooperative banks for not following the rules. These co-operative banks are Jijamata Mahila Co-operative Bank Limited, Shri Lakshmikripa Urban Co-operative Bank Limited, The Konark Urban Co-operative Bank Limited and The Chembur Citizens Co-operative Bank Limited.