SC refuses to accept statements from PMC account holders for lifting restrictions on cash withdrawals

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to submit a statement filed on behalf of the PMC Bank account scammers seeking to lift the restrictions imposed by the Reserve Bank of India on cash withdrawals.

A bank headed by the President of Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi He said: We are not willing to receive this petition under article 32 (judicial jurisdiction). The petitioner can go to the corresponding superior court to obtain adequate reparation.

Attorney General Tushar Mehta said the government is aware of the seriousness of the situation and Compliance Address He is taking the appropriate measures against the culprit.

Attorney Shashank Sudhi, who appears for the petitioner Bejon Kumar Mishra, said he has filed the petition on behalf of 500 Punjab & Maharashtra Holders of cooperative bank accounts that seek to lift the restrictions imposed by the RBI on cash withdrawals.