J&K Bank opens branch in north Kashmir village
Agri minister hails bank for economic empowerment of society
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 5: J&K Bank today opened a business unit at Hardh-Aboora, a village in north Kashmir, which is some eight kilometers from main town Kunzar in Tangmarg.
Minister of Agriculture Ghulam Hassan Mir inaugurated the branch premises amid huge gathering.
Hailing the Bank for taking its services to far off places, the minister said, “I thank the leadership and staff of J&K Bank for all their people-friendly policies and efforts aimed at grassroots empowerment of society.”
The establishment of the branch here, he said, would go a long way in catalyzing a positive socio-economic change in this part of the valley. The Business Unit would lay strong foundations for the financial and economic development of Hardh-Aboor and its adjoining areas.
He, however, urged people of the area to cooperate and support the Bank in its endeavour and address the concerns of bank regarding repayment of loans and finances, the bank in a statement said.
Earlier, Zonal Head North, Nazir Ahmed Parimoo informed the gathering about the role J&K Bank has been playing consistently in the socio-economic development of the state.
He said, “Our Business-Units, commonly called branches, have been acting as agents of socio-economic change in the areas of their operations and have gradually transformed the life and business of the people in those areas.”
He urged people to avail all the services and products of the Bank which have been tailor-made according to the needs and tastes of different segments of society.
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