“Groups that are perceived as politically connected can still tap the banks for loans,” says Hemindra Hazari, a Mumbai-based banking analyst. “If you are any other highly stressed group, then it is difficult for you.”
By Andrée Schupp, in New DelhiPublished on 05/11/2022 at 18:00
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