Know what is the government’s plan
The government wants to earn revenue by selling government banks so that that money can be used on government schemes. The government is planning to do privatization at a large level. At present, the government has a large stake in the banking sector, in which thousands of employees work. Privatization of banks is such a risky job, it can also affect the employees working.
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Finance Minister announced in the budget
Let us tell you that Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had also announced in her Union Budget 2021 speech today that two public sector banks and one general insurance company will be privatized as the central government is focusing more on disinvestment at this time. With this, Disinvestment in Bharat Petroleum is being planned.
Only 5 government banks will be left
Let us tell you that at this time the central government is planning to privatize more than half of the country’s PSU banks. If everything goes according to plan, in the coming time only 5 government banks will remain in the country.
In the last three years due to merger and privatization in the banking sector, the number of state-run banks has been reduced from 27 to 12, which is now set to be limited to only 5. Niti Aayog has also prepared a blueprint for this.
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Existing government bank
>> State Bank of India (SBI)
>> Central Bank of India
>> Bank of India
>> Bank of Maharashtra
>> uco bank
>> Punjab and Sindh Bank
>> Indian Overseas Bank
>> Bank of Baroda + Dena Bank + Vijaya Bank
>> Punjab National Bank + Oriental Bank of Commerce + United Bank
>> Canara Bank + Syndicate Bank
>> Union Bank of India + Andhra Bank + Corporation Bank
>> Allahabad Bank + Indian Bank