Kupwara Gets J&K Bank’s Cash Recycler Machine

CRM will be having cash deposit, drawl and fake currency detection facility

KUPWARA- In a bid to provide the latest technological banking facilities to its customers, J&K Bank Wednesday operationalized a Cash Recycler Machine (CRM) at Sub District Hospital Kupwara.

Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kupwara, Dr. Doifode Sagar Dattatray inaugurated the first of its kind CRM at Sub District Hospital Kupwara.

He congratulated J&K Bank for its contribution in rendering world-class banking facilities to the people. He informed that the bank will open more such CRMs at Handwara and Kralpora.

The DC asked the people to take advantage of this facility at their convenience.

The first of its kind CRM at Sub District Hospital Kupwara is laced with latest technological banking facilities. It will help people of the area in depositing cash beyond banking hours and even on holidays as CRM will remain open 24×7.

CRM will be having fake currency detection, instant messaging and note denomination wise receipt facility.

On the occasion, the Zonal Head reaffirmed the bank’s commitment to providing world-class banking facilities and services to the people of Kupwara district, regardless of their location or status.

The installation of CRM will address issues related to cash withdrawals and deposits by the people while also reducing footfall at Business Units.

 CRM located at SDH Kupwara is mapped with J&K Bank Branch Old Chowk.

 Zonal Head Baramulla Imtiyaz Ahmad Bhat, Cluster Head Kupwara Shadab Mehboob, LDM Kupwara Mehboob Ellahi Khan, CMO Kupwara, Mohammad Ramzan, President Traders Federation Kupwara, Showkat Masoodi President Bar Association Kupwara, Adv. Shafiq Ahmad Shah, Branch Managers of various Branches of the district and a large gathering of customers of the J&K bank were present on the occasion.

The people who attended the inauguration ceremony expressed their gratitude for J&K Bank’s provision of a CRM at SDH Kupwara and efforts of Deputy Commissioner Kupwara.

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