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DICGC released a list of 21 banks whose account holders will likely get up to Rs 5 lakh. Details Inside

DICGC Act was amended to increase the deposit insurance from earlier Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakh.

Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC) on September 21 announced it shall pay the depositors of the insured banks placed under the all-inclusive directions (AID) an amount equivalent to the deposits outstanding (up to a maximum of Rs 5 lakh only) within a period of not exceeding 90 days, DICGC said in a release.

A total of 21 banks including PMC Bank have been placed under AID and the depositors of the insured bank will be getting funds under the deposit insurance scheme.

The List of 21 Banks placed under Aid are mentioned below:

DICGC said that necessary instructions have been issued to the banks to submit the claims within 45 days after obtaining the willingness of depositors to claim deposit insurance.

DICGC will do the verification and settlement of the claims on submission done by the bank within the next 45 days (November 29, 2021).

These banks shall submit a claim list by October 15, 2021 and update the position as on November 29, 2021 (with principal and interest), DICGC said in the release.

The unpaid difference in amount of deposits up to eligible amount (as per final updated list submitted by banks by November 29, 2021) will be paid within 30 days of receipt (by December 29, 2021), DICGC said.

In August, the parliament had passed the DICGC Amendment bill ensuring the depositors of the bank account get up to Rs 5 lakh from DICGC within 90 days from the day RBI imposes moratorium on the bank. Earlier the deposit insurance limit was up to Rs 1 lakh.

FM Sitharaman then in a statement had said the legislation will benefit  depositors, including those of the Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank.RBI on September 2019 had superseded the board of PMC Bank and placed under moratorium including cap on withdrawals by account holders. The RBI had found financial irregularities and mi-reporting of loan given to real estate player HDIL.


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