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Arundhati Bhattacharya keen on lessening the burden of SBI awful loans
By Neelima Shankar
Oct 10, 2013
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Arundhati Bhattacharya, the fresh chairperson of the State Bank of India said on Tuesday that her top main concern would be to lessen the burden of awful loans. During her first communication with the journalists as SBI chairperson, Bhattacharya said that it is doubtless in her mind that the non- performing assets continue the top main concern, and it would stay a top priority until the SBI observe the pressure being around. Referring to the statement of Pratip Chaudhuri, her precursor on the State Bank of India waging a war in opposition to the non- performing assets, she said that she believes that no one can say the war is ended. She also added that if anything, they would be going to make the concentration much, much more grave.

The SBI chairperson also said that to that degree, they have got to make sure that whatever is made, they make it healthier and as well the bank uses many other weapons to have a better control on the non- performing assets.


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