– Between the second wave of COVID-19 cases in the country, a Special Long Term Repo Operation (SLTRO) will be created for small finance banks. The central bank will conduct a special campaign of Rs 10,000 crore at the repo rate. RBI has set a limit of Rs 10 lakh per borrower for this scheme. It will be open till 31 October 2021. Also Read- RBI Announces Loan Restructuring 2.0! Facility to avail loans up to Rs 25 crore Increase in market capital and cash is expected to increase demand According to experts, RBI’s efforts will increase the impact of capital and cash in the market. Banks will give more money to people by giving more loans and putting money in the market by RBI. Hence, there will be a possibility of increase in demand. Small and medium industries going through the capital crisis will also get support. Because of this, it will help in dealing with the Corona crisis. Various restrictions are particularly harming small and medium scale industries. That is why the government wants them to get maximum help. Also, you can get relief in loan repair. The Governor of the Reserve Bank of India said that the situation has changed and it has turned from the low rungs of strong economic recovery to facing a new crisis. The destructive speed with which the virus is afflicting people must be countered with the same swift and comprehensive action that has been thought, tested and tested. With this, various sections including the most vulnerable can be reached.