The administration had raised ₹2,000 crores from the Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday as a State Development Loan (SDL) with a residency of 10 years and cut off yield of 6.6%. This is the second SDL brought from the RBI up in the current month with the administration raising ₹2,500 crores on June 9 to defeat the difficult monetary conditions post COVID-19.
While the legislature needed to satisfy the duties of installment of compensations, annuities, and different heads of records, it had guaranteed that ₹7,000 crores is saved aside for installment of Rythu Bandhu, the farmer’s investment support scheme, to near 60 lakh farmers.
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