Officially, no Indian resident, as directed by SEBI and managed by RBI to limit the typical risks, can trade Forex in the country while exploiting any online platform or electronic device, or exchange assets there under any conditions.
According to the RBIs law published in 2013, forex trading via gadgets or web trading platforms has been banned. In any case, forex exchanging is held legitimate when one does it through foreign trade and exchanging platforms and the basic currency is Indian Rupees. Factually, the local authorities have restricted exchange for Indian inhabitants to just allow trading currency pairs which include INR.
For local inhabitants, the law is simple. While you are exchanging through any particular Indian brokerage permitting admittance to the organizations situated and registered in India like the NSE and therefore granting access to currency derivatives, the exchanges made for the trading are held totally lawful. Until recently, the major tradable options were EUR/INR, GBP/INR, JPY/INR, and USD/INR. Starting from December 2015, the Reserve Bank of India further permitted trades to offer cross-currency futures agreements and trade three more currencies, particularly, EUR/USD, GBP/USD, and USD/JPY.
At the same time, it ought to be noted that under the FEMA guidelines, illegal traders can be jailed or fined for their illicit trading activity in the country. In any case, there is no ban for NRIs to do foreign trade on the territory of the country.