What happens when a foreign bank operating in India does not meet its priority sector targets?

Answer: [B] It can deposit amount equivalent to the shortfall in SIDBI

Domestic banks having a shortfall in lending to priority sector/ agriculture are allocated amounts for contribution to the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) established in Nabard. In case of foreign banks operating in India, which fail to achieve the priority sector lending target or sub-targets, an amount equivalent to the shortfall is required to be deposited with SIDBI for one year.

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