In order to provide economic and mental relief to the country as the coronavirus pandemic spreads, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday announced a slew of measures, including removing all charges levied during withdrawal of cash from ATMs using any other bank's debit cards for the next three months.
Briefing reporters about the government's plan for economic relief, Sitharaman announced that debit cardholders can withdraw cash from any other bank's ATM without any charge for the next three months. She added there will not be any minimum balance requirement fee.
The last date for filing March, April and May 2020 GST returns is being extended to June 30 as well. Sitharaman added that different staggering dates will be applicable, but all will be the end of June. The interest rate for filing a delayed return has also been brought down.
Sitharaman said the Aadhaar-PAN linking date has been extended to June 30 from what was earlier March 31.