Interim relief from Supreme Court on loan moratorium — says banks must not declare accounts as NPAs for two months
- India’s top court has hit pause on moratorium loans being declared NPA if they weren’t bad loans as of August 31.
- Justice Ashok Bhushan announced that no account will be NPA for 2 months and restricted banks for taking action against borrowers, which may be coercive in the interim verdict.
- The Supreme Court’s next hearing on the matter will occur on September 10
“No account will be NPA for 2 months and the banks should not take action against borrowers which is coercive. We have to protect them,” said the bench led by
Even without the Supreme Court interim order, moratorium accounts will only become NPA if no payments are made for another three months.
The Supreme Court will re-commence hearing on September 10.
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