Srinagar: In its endeavor to reach out to the unbanked areas and provide banking facilities to all sections of the society at their doorsteps, J&K Bank dedicated three more business units to the people. This takes the Banks business unit strength to 768.
While two business units were inaugurated by Mushtaq Ahmad Mir, Banks Vice President & Zonal Head for Kashmir South at Kundlan Shopian and Nillow Kulgam, the third unit was dedicated to public convenience at Kalantara Payeen in Baramulla by a senior citizen of the village along with M.S. Kaboo, Zonal Head & Zonal Head Kashmir South.
Speaking on the occasion Mushtaq Ahmad elaborated in detail the Banks policy and agenda of reaching to people living in far flung areas with world class banking facilities. Notably, the total number of business units in South Kashmir has reached to 121.
Prominent citizens appreciated the role of J&K Bank in the socio-economic development of J&K State in general and rural areas in particular.
After inaugurating the Kalantara Payeen business unit, M S Kaboo stated that the B/U was opened under Banks ambitious Financial Inclusion Plan (FIP), wherein we are committed to open our branches in all the unbanked, far-flung and backward areas of the state to provide banking services to all the people of the state at their door steps. He further stated that it is the mission of the bank to provide end-to-end financial solutions to the people through fastest modes of services regardless of their location and economic stature.
The people of the village hailed the initiative taken by the bank and thanked the Zonal Head for fulfilling their long cherished dream. Pertinently, the inauguration takes Banks branch strength in South Kashmir to 94. Others present on the occasion included Nazir Ahmad, Cluster Head, representatives of traders, transporters and general public.
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