Rupani government's big gift to small businesses taking loans up to Rs 50,000

Rupani government's big gift to small businesses taking loans up to Rs 50,000

The government of Gujarat gradually ejected the state from corona infection, Rs. Business or start-up borrowers up to Rs 50,000 are exempted from paying stamp duty till 31 October. This decision of the Gujarat government will benefit 25000 small units of Gujarat. At the same time, under the Prime Minister Road Vendors Self-Reliance Fund Scheme, Rs. Two lakh street vendors with working capital up to Rs. It has been decided to waive stamp duty of Rs 6 crore.

Small businesses to flourish again
Rupees. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to measure stamp duty of Rs 7.75 crore. The decision has been made to revive small businesses affected by the Corona epidemic.

Government decided to exempt from stamp duty
As part of the scheme to benefit small traders, the Prime Minister Street Vendors Self-Reliable Mudra Scheme has raised Rs. The government has decided to exempt nearly two lakh beneficiaries who have availed a working capital loan of Rs 10,000 from stamp duty. Rupees. For a capital loan of Rs 10,000 a stamp fee of Rs 300 has to be deposited.

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7.75 Crore
As the Corona transition has had a significant impact on business, loans to small businesses and start-ups up to Rs 50,000 to live on loans taken under the Prime Minister's Street Vendors Self-Help Fund and loans to street walkers has gone. 7.75 crore has been fixed.

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