Amid complaints of exclusion, the government is looking to expand the coverage of the guarantee-based loans for small businesses. The sanctioned limit is proposed to be doubled to up to Rs 50 crore and annual turnover eligibility may be increased to Rs 200 crore.The finance and MSME ministries are working on the changes following discussions at the highest level, amid concerns that several businesses were not getting funds meant to help them navigate the impact of the coronavirus crisis.In May, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman had announced the Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS) to provide top-up loans of up to 20% to borrowers, with outstanding credit up to Rs 25 crore on February 29. In addition, the turnover limit was prescribed, allowing a maximum additional lending of Rs 5 crore to an entity.The government was hoping to provide support of up to Rs 3 lakh crore to small businesses to meet the impact of cash-crunch due to the lockdown and help pay rent and salaries. But till July 23, Rs 1.3 lakh crore had been sanctioned by public and private sector lenders, with disbursement estimated at a shade over Rs 82,000 crore.