The tourism industry has a bright potential in the economic development of the state.
Therefore, the banks of Tripura should come forward for the development of the tourism sector.
Banks also need to be aware of the priority areas in which the state government is working.
Thus, the banks can make concrete plans for the economic development of the state.
Chief Minister Manik Saha said this at the 140th State Level Bankers Committee meeting at the Secretariat on Thursday.
The progress of various decisions taken on the last State-Level Bankers Committee meeting was reviewed in the meeting.
The DGM of Punjab National Bank, Anand Kumar said that in the banks have taken a target of 100 percent disbursement in each sector, including the primary sector in the financial year 2022-23.
Banks have disbursed Rs 113,136 crore for agriculture, micro, small and medium industries and other primary sectors till June 2022.
Banks have disbursed a total of Rs. 77 crore 72 lakh loan to 12 thousand 170 KCC cardholder farmers till June of 2022-23 financial year.
Further, details regarding the Prime Minister Janadhan scheme in the context of rural and urban areas were also highlighted.
Chief Minister Dr. Saha said there is a great opportunity for unemployed youth to become financially self-reliant by taking advantage of the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana and Startup India scheme.
Therefore, banks have to play a positive role to provide more loans in these two schemes.