JK Bank opens ATM at Tikrie
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Sep 10: J&K Bank inaugurated an Automated Teller Machine yesterday at Tikrie (Udhampur). A large number of customers, prominent citizens and staff members of the bank were present on this occasion, the bank in a statement said.
While inaugurating the ATM, Deputy Commissioner (Udhampur) Baseer Ahmed Khan appreciated the “proactive role of J&K Bank in the socio-economic development of the state.”
He thanked the management of the bank for “swift and warm response to the demand of people of Tikrie.”
Speaking on the occasion, Bank’s Cluster Head Udhampur-Ramban G M Sadiq highlighted the various products and schemes introduced by the bank for the benefit of its valuable customers.
He also urged the customers to avail the services of online banking facilities provided by the branch.
With this, total number of the Bank ATMs has risen to 307. It is the 6th ATM in Udhampur district.
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