Amit Shah Launches Sahara Refund Portal to Return Money to 10 Crore Investors

Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday launched the Sahara Refund Portal, a one-stop shop for people who have invested in Sahara and are seeking refunds. The portal was launched at a function in New Delhi, which was attended by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and other dignitaries.

Shah said that the portal will help to ensure that the money of 10 crore people who have invested in Sahara is returned to them in a transparent and efficient manner. He said that the government is committed to ensuring that the interests of investors are protected. The Sahara Refund Portal is a web-based platform that allows investors to submit their refund claims online. The portal also provides information about the status of refund claims and the amount of money that has been refunded so far. To file a refund claim, investors need to provide their PAN number, Aadhaar number, and the amount of money that they invested in Sahara. They will also need to provide proof of their investment, such as a copy of their Sahara investment certificate.

Once a refund claim is submitted, it will be processed by the Sahara Refund Committee. The committee will verify the claim and make a decision on whether or not to approve it. If the claim is approved, the money will be refunded to the investor’s bank account. The Sahara Refund Portal is a significant step towards ensuring that the money of investors who have been trapped in the Sahara is returned to them. The portal is easy to use and provides investors with a convenient way to submit their refund claims.