Educate People On Financial Frauds’: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Secretary Satya Gopal
ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Secretary Satya Gopal has stressed on the need to “quantify financial awareness activities in all districts in order to educate the people on fraudulent and money laundering activities being carried out by nefarious persons or groups.” Gopal was addressing a meeting of the state level coordination committee (SLCC) on ‘Regulation of the activities of non-banking financial companies and un-incorporated bodies’ here on Friday, an official release informed here on Saturday.
“Unless and until people are made aware of all the malpractices involving financial frauds, they will always be duped,” the CS Satya Gopal.
Stating that Sarkar Aapke Dwar camps would be some of the best platforms to disseminate awareness in far-flung areas, Gopal recommended that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) could also set up stalls at such camps.
“To save innocent people from falling into financial frauds, let the awareness programme be a continuous exercise by which the people will be able to take precautionary measures,” he said.
The CS said cases of financial frauds should be brought to the notice of the law enforcement agencies. “Legislations, orders, notifications and latest developments of the RBI should be made known to the SLCC through proper presentation,” he added.
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