The government’s big decision to suspend the loan, interest will not be charged until November 15

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The Supreme Court has made a big decision in the Lone Moratorium. It is learned that all the people who will avail the benefits in the suspension order will not have to pay interest till November 15.

The Supreme Court has made a big decision in the Lone Moratorium. It is learned that all the people who will avail the benefits in the suspension order will not have to pay interest till November 15. At the same time, no account NPA will be declared until November 15.

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What is a lonely Murorium

During the lockdown, the central citizen gave great relief to the common citizen. The central government said that those who are unable to pay the EMI will be able to avail the benefit under this facility. However, in this case, those who are able to repay the EMI were also instructed to stay away from this facility.

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One of the disadvantages of postponing a loan is that you have to pay interest on the interest after the loan has been suspended. The case is being heard in court. In its judgment, the apex court today said that in the case of a stay order, the people who will accept it will not have to pay interest till November 15. At the same time, no account NPA will be declared until November 15.

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The notification will be published till November 2

The Supreme Court has directed the Center to issue a notification on interest rates soon. The Supreme Court has said that if the government decides now, it will pass the order in court immediately. However, the center has asked for a month for this. On top of that, the Supreme Court has directed the central government to issue a notification in the case by November 2. The Center has since agreed to the decision and said it will issue a notification on interest rates till November 22.

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