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The Finance Ministry has directed managing directors (MDs) of public sector banks (PSBs) to examine all non-performing assets (NPAs) or bad loans over Rs 50 crore for possible fraud and refer the same to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
The banks have been given 15 days to take preemptive action and identify and address operational and technological risks.
In a tweet, Rajeev Kumar, Secretary at the Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance said, “PSB MDs directed to detect bank frauds & consequential wilful default in time & refer cases to CBI. To examine all NPA accounts > Rs. 50Cr for possible fraud. Involve ED/DRI for PMLA/FEMA/EXIM violations, if any. #EASE #NewIndia @FinMinIndia @PMOIndia @PIB_India.”
In another tweet he said, “15 day deadline for PSBs to take pre-emptive action & identify gaps/Weaknesses to gear up for rising Ops & Tech risks; To learn from best practices & pinpoint strategies including tech solutions; Clear accountability of senior functionaries. #EASE @PMOIndia @FinMinIndia @PIB_India”
The government has issued a diktat to executive directors and chief technology officers to identify weaknesses, do comparative assessment of the best practices and make a blueprint to enhance preparedness for rising operational and technological risk challenges.