Tuki urges banks to help rural people
Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief
Minister Nabam Tuki on Thursady urged the banks operating in the
state to help achieve self-sufficiency among the rural people.
Speaking at a meeting with representatives of public
as well as private-sector banks, Tuki said the aim of all
banking institutions operating in the state should be
"Banks can play a major role in boosting rural economy
by facilitating to set up industries in fields like tourism,
horticulture, agriculture, fisheries, handlooms and
handicrafts," sources said.
"He also assured to have regular meetings with banking
professionals to enhance the credit-deposit ratio in the state
and provide banking services to the rural people, sources
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