मोदी सरकार और आरबीआई में बढ़ी तकरार गवर्नर उर्जित पटेल दे सकते हैं इस्तीफा
The news of the tension between the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the central government has remained in the media for the past few days. Meanwhile, there is another big news from the RBI that due to this tension, RBI governor Urjit Patel can resign, According to sources, the statement of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is being explained as the reason for resignation.
According to a private news channel, the government and the RBI have started negotiations under Section 7 of the RBI Act to deal with any emergency situation at this time. According to this act, if the central government wants it, then it can issue guidelines to the RBI in matters of public interest. Meanwhile some news channels also wanted to know the opinion on the issue from the government and the Prime Minister's Office but they did not succeed
Let us tell you that this debate started at the time when the deputy governor of RBI said that if the government interferes in RBI's work, it can be harmful. Countering the deputy governor's statement, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said that when all the banks were distributing debt between 2008 and 2014 arbitrarily, why did the RBI not stop them at that time? Some people say that the government is worried about the controversy that the RBI has exposed their relationship with the government in the media, while some RBI officials say that the government is afraid that somewhere their image between foreign investors Not bad