CHENNAI: Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman led an economic boost for Tamil Nadu by distributing loans under the Prime Minister’s Loan Schemes during a ‘Grand Camp’ held in Coimbatore. This event was part of the ongoing Credit Outreach Programme aimed at strengthening financial inclusivity and improving access to credit for various segments of society.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s presence at the Grand Lending Camp underscored the Central Government’s commitment to empowering individuals and businesses through accessible and affordable financing options.
The Prime Minister’s Loan Schemes have played a pivotal role in this endeavour, offering financial assistance to a diverse range of beneficiaries, including entrepreneurs, farmers and those seeking to enhance their livelihoods.
This initiative aligns with the Government’s broader economic strategy to revitalise various sectors, stimulate entrepreneurship, and create avenues for sustainable growth.
By facilitating access to credit, these schemes aim to drive economic development and improve the quality of life for individuals and communities in Tamil Nadu.
The Union Finance Minister also participated in a cleanliness drive organised by Canara Bank and the State Level Bankers’ Committee of Indian Overseas Bank in Coimbatore.