Srinagar – Ellaquai Dehati Bank has opened its Business Unit at Hawl Pulwama.
Chief Guest Shri Shafat Noor District Development Commissioner Pulwama inaugurated the Business Unit at a simple but impressive function.
Welcoming the distinguished guests Shri A K Razdan Chairman of the Bank said that by reopening the Business Unit at the centre the demand of the people of the area has been met. He stressed upon the people to take full advantage of loan products designed by the Bank for the people living in the rural areas and especially for the farmer community. He also said that to facilitate the fruit growers Bank has launched the remittance facility through NEFT and stressed up on them to take full advantage of the instant remittance facility. Besides the loan products, Bank has a number of deposit products designed for meeting out the investment needs of its customers. People can open their accounts without depositing any money and latter-on can start operations in the account Chairman said. He also said that a team of Bank officials will visit the adjoining villages to open No- Frill accounts and to educate them regarding the various facilities available at the Bank.
Shri Noor, DDC interacted with the people and replied a volley of questions regarding the development of the area put to him by some of the participants
Shri S A Qureshi General Manager (GB) explained various schemes of the Bank. Shri A R Tukru, former MLC and a prominent personality of the area also spoke at the function.
Shri I K Raina Regional Manager R- I also spoke at the function. The efforts put in by the Bank for reopening the Business Unit were appreciated by the people. Shri D N Bhat General Manager (Loans & Advances) presented the vote of thanks.
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