J&K Bank Inaugurates New Premises Of Navin Shahdara In Delhi

SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir Bank today threw open the new premises of its Business Unit Navin Shahdara in East Delhi for public amid a large gathering of valuable clients, businessmen, and local residents.

The bank’s Executive President Pushap Kumar Tickoo inaugurated the newly renovated and refurbished premises of B/U Navin Shahdara and ATM at Delhi in presence of President and Zonal Head Rajni Saraf, Vice Presidents Shareesh Sharma, Javaid Ahmad Khanpuri and other officers of the bank.

The bank had opened the business unit at Navin Shahdara November 10, 1986.

Speaking on the occasion Executive President said “It’s quite pleasing to throw open this state-of-the-art business unit in Shahdara which is one of the oldest suburbs of East Delhi. The new premises has been redesigned to offer our customers the best of both a traditional branch yet with modern amenities which our customers deserve. This also demonstrates our continued commitment and approach to providing latest products and services to our customers.”

On the occasion, the Zonal Head urged to the staff as well as the customers of the business unit to be the brand ambassadors of J&K Bank.

She also assured all those present on the occasion that the bank offers a diverse product portfolio which is being consistently improved to meet the aspirations of valuable clients. She thanked the customers for their continuous support and unflinching loyalty to J&K Bank.

Soon after the inauguration, a customer meeting was organized, which was attended by over 50 customers. Some suggestions put forward by the customers were discussed threadbare on the occasion. 

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