The country's largest lender SBI, which has Rs 4,000-crore exposure to coal mines, has said the banking system is unlikely to take a hard knock even if the Supreme Court cancels all the 218 coal blocks allocated between 1993 and 2010. Various reports have pegged the collective exposure of banks to these coal blocks and related industries at a whopping Rs 4 trillion. The State-run lender also disputed the numbers and said it has only around Rs 4,000 crore at risk if all these 218 blocks, whose allocation has been termed illegal and arbitrary by the apex court, are cancelled
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