JK Bank publicises apple advance scheme
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 20: To educate fruit-growers and other stakeholders about its recently launched new Apple Advance Scheme, the J&K Bank today organized awareness camps at five different places in South Kashmir.
The camps which were held at Circuit House Hurpora (Shopian), Zonal Office Pulwama, Dak Bungalow Chawalgam (Kulgam), Town Hall Achabal, Islamabad (Anantnag) and Community Hall Bijbehara Islamabad (Anantnag) witnessed thick gatherings.
Commenting upon the camps, President and Secretary J&K Bank Parvez Ahmad said, “The immediate objective of conducting such awareness programmes is to educate the growers and the people associated with fruit trade about provisions of such schemes that are developed only after taking into consideration their needs.”
The process shall facilitate the broader and important goal of promoting horticulture sector in the Valley so that its real potential is realized, he said.
While speaking on the occasion at Shopian, the bank’s Vice President, Kashmir South, Muhammad Afzal Khan highlighted the efforts of the bank in providing adequate finance to the fruit growers.
The ADC Shopian, A. U. Simnani and Chief Horticulture Officer , Shabir Ahmed Zargar lauded the bank for providing tailor-made financial solutions to the people. M.A. Suharwardy Cluster Head IV, while speaking on the occasion highlighted various features of the revised scheme.
Notably, new Apple Advance Scheme, which was recently launched by the Bank has been structured according to the requisite needs of different types of borrowers.
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