Committees to visit States to report status of demonetisation scheme implementation. At least 2 days to be given to allocated State/UT during visit.

Committees to visit States to report status of demonetisation scheme implementation. At least 2 days to be given to allocated State/UT during visit.

Committees to visit States to report status of demonetisation

Ministry of Finance

Press Release

Dated: 21 Nov 2016

The Central Government constitutes Committees of Addl. Secretaries/Joint Secretaries/Directors for visiting States/UTs and reporting about the status of implementation of its recent decision relating to cancellation of legal tender of high denomination bank notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000.                                                         ​

The Central Government has  decided to constitute teams of Add​itiona​l Secretaries/Joint Secretaries/Directors – with each team consisting of up to 2 to 3 officers for each State/UT, to visit the States/UTs and report back to the Government,status of implementation of the Government’s decision relating to cancellation of the legal tender character of high denomination bank notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 denominations w.e.f. from the expiry of 08th November, 2016.  These teams would visit the States allocated to them for a period of at least 2 days and tour across the State during their visit.

Each of the officers would visit different areas of the State/UT separately.The focus may be on the rural areas.

The teams would, inter alia, assess the status of implementation of the decision and will cover the following points:

(i)        Currency availability across the State in the network of bank branches,ATMs and post offices.

(ii)       Facilities at bank branches and post offices for deposit/withdrawal/exchange of currency.

(iii)     Status of calibration of ATMs to dispense Rs. 2000 and Rs. 500 currency notes.

(iv)      Impact of the decision on various segments/ sectors i.e. households, agriculturists, wage earners, traders, transportation, industries, informal sectors, small business, etc.

(v)       Any other issue which the team considers important including the nature of problems faced.

The team would submit a report on the above points and also the general outlook and challenges arising out of implementation of the scheme.

The teams would visit the State/UT allocated to them at the earliest and give their reports to the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance by 25th November, 2016.

*****

----------- Similar Posts: -----------

Leave a Reply

Subscribe to ABCAUS Newsletter

Get reliable, authentic and latest updates on taxation/corporate and other laws in your mail box free.



After subscribing, please check your email (including spam or junk folder) and activate the subscription link by clicking it.