"Revival of growth will continue to be the focus of the Government and the stability will return soon. There is no reason for excessive or unwarranted pessimism," he told media here today.
Chidambaram said government has no intention of introducing capital controls and reaffirmed the government's commitment of containing fiscal deficit to 4.8 per cent. He said measures are being taken to reduce the current account deficit.
"Current Account Deficit will be contained at 70 billion dollars and the government will reaffirm this commitment to markets and stakeholders," he said.
He further said that recent measures to control speculation in rupee will be reversed once stability returns.
"Virtually every emerging market seems to be facing the same problem. Rupee is undervalued and has overshot an appropriate level and the capital inflows will correct rupee level in due course," he added.
The Indian rupee plunged over 2 per cent to hit an all-time low of 65.50 against the dollar on Thursday.
The partially convertible rupee surpassed the previous record low of 64.55 hit on Wednesday.
--ANI (Posted on 22-08-2013)