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With The 21-day Nationwide Lockdown Imposed In Order To Reduce The Transmission Of The Dea

With the 21-day nationwide lockdown imposed in order to reduce the transmission of the deadly Covid-19 virus, the government has decided to grant certain relief


With the 21-day nationwide lockdown imposed in order to reduce the transmission of the deadly Covid-19 virus, the government has decided to grant certain relief to the holders of Public Provident Fund (PPF), Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY) and NSRD (National Saving Recurring Deposit) accounts.

After receiving requests from the Department of Posts, banks, depositors and Agents Associations to waive default fee/revival fee applicable on the above mentioned small savings schemes as many have failed to deposit the contribution for March 2020 or the minimum annual contribution required to keep these accounts operative due to the lockdown, the government has decided to provide the below-mentioned relief to the public in relation to PPF/SSY/NSRD

With the 21-day nationwide lockdown imposed in order to reduce the transmission of the deadly Covid-19 virus, the government has decided to grant certain relief to the holders of Public Provident Fund (PPF), Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY) and NSRD (National Saving Recurring Deposit) accounts.

After receiving requests from the Department of Posts, banks, depositors and Agents Associations to waive default fee/revival fee applicable on the above mentioned small savings schemes as many have failed to deposit the contribution for March 2020 or the minimum annual contribution required to keep these accounts operative due to the lockdown, the government has decided to provide the below-mentioned relief to the public in relation to PPF/SSY/NSRD

With the 21-day nationwide lockdown imposed in order to reduce the transmission of the deadly Covid-19 virus, the government has decided to grant certain relief to the holders of Public Provident Fund (PPF), Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY) and NSRD (National Saving Recurring Deposit) accounts.

After receiving requests from the Department of Posts, banks, depositors and Agents Associations to waive default fee/revival fee applicable on the above mentioned small savings schemes as many have failed to deposit the contribution for March 2020 or the minimum annual contribution required to keep these accounts operative due to the lockdown, the government has decided to provide the below-mentioned relief to the public in relation to PPF/SSY/NSRD

With the 21-day nationwide lockdown imposed in order to reduce the transmission of the deadly Covid-19 virus, the government has decided to grant certain relief to the holders of Public Provident Fund (PPF), Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY) and NSRD (National Saving Recurring Deposit) accounts.

After receiving requests from the Department of Posts, banks, depositors and Agents Associations to waive default fee/revival fee applicable on the above mentioned small savings schemes as many have failed to deposit the contribution for March 2020 or the minimum annual contribution required to keep these accounts operative due to the lockdown, the government has decided to provide the below-mentioned relief to the public in relation to PPF/SSY/NSRD

With the 21-day nationwide lockdown imposed in order to reduce the transmission of the deadly Covid-19 virus, the government has decided to grant certain relief to the holders of Public Provident Fund (PPF), Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY) and NSRD (National Saving Recurring Deposit) accounts.

After receiving requests from the Department of Posts, banks, depositors and Agents Associations to waive default fee/revival fee applicable on the above mentioned small savings schemes as many have failed to deposit the contribution for March 2020 or the minimum annual contribution required to keep these accounts operative due to the lockdown, the government has decided to provide the below-mentioned relief to the public in relation to PPF/SSY/NSRD

With the 21-day nationwide lockdown imposed in order to reduce the transmission of the deadly Covid-19 virus, the government has decided to grant certain relief to the holders of Public Provident Fund (PPF), Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY) and NSRD (National Saving Recurring Deposit) accounts.

After receiving requests from the Department of Posts, banks, depositors and Agents Associations to waive default fee/revival fee applicable on the above mentioned small savings schemes as many have failed to deposit the contribution for March 2020 or the minimum annual contribution required to keep these accounts operative due to the lockdown, the government has decided to provide the below-mentioned relief to the public in relation to PPF/SSY/NSRD

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