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J&K Bank inaugurates new branch premises, ATM at Druroo in Tangmarg

J&K Bank inaugurates new branch premises, ATM at Druroo in Tangmarg
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Srinagar, Oct 28: With a view to upgrade its banking infrastructure further in the far-off places, J&K Bank today inaugurated the state-of-the-art premises of its Business Unit (BU) Druroo in Tangmarg – the gateway to popular tourist destination – Gulmarg. The bank also commissioned a new Automated Teller Machine (ATM) on the occasion.

The bank’s Vice-President and Special Secretary to CMD Karanjit Singh inaugurated the new premises  and the on-site ATM jointly with two senior citizens of Druroo village in presence of Zonal Head Kashmir (North) Imtiyaz Ahmad Bhat  and a large gathering of valuable customers, senior citizens and members of the business community of the area. Cluster Head Azad Ahmad and other senior officers of the bank were also present on the occasion.

Underscoring the significance of the bank’s initiatives to provide more and more people an easy access to a wider range of financial services, the Vice President Karanjit Singh said, “With a view to achieve an inclusive financial growth, the bank continues to upgrade and strengthen its physical as well as digital footprint across Jammu & Kashmir.”

“The newly constructed business unit shall enable easy access to credit thereby spurring widespread growth and development in the area”, he added.

Speaking on the occasion, Zonal Head assured the people of best customer services besides financial products tailored to suit their individual and collective requirements. He urged those present on the occasion to avail the banking services meant for their empowerment and financial emancipation.

The locals expressed their gratitude towards the bank management for their efforts aimed at improving the economic conditions of the people living in the unbanked areas through commissioning of such financial touch-points.With the inauguration, the number of ATMs has grown to 1337 in the country.

 

 

 

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