Does an NRI, FII require any approval from the RBI to invest in mutual funds

Question: Does an NRI, FII require any approval from the RBI to invest in mutual funds?

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Raju Kanumuri: No special approvals are required for NRIs, PIOs, FIIs.RBI has granted general permission for investing/redeeming units of the funds subject to conditions.

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