JK Bank commissions 2nd ATM in Gulmarg
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 9: The J&K Bank today commissioned an ATM at the world famous tourist resort of Gulmarg. This is the second such facility in Gulmarg, 28th in North Kashmir and with this the Bank’s total ATM strength has shot up to 334.
Nazir Ahmad Parimoo, Bank’s Vice-President & Zonal Head for North Kashmir and Brigadier Sanjeev Saini, Commander 161 Infantry Brigade jointly inaugurated the facility in presence of Javaid Bakshi, CEO, Gulmarg Development Authority.
Also present at the inaugural ceremony were Ghulam Rasool, Bank’s Cluster Head, I A Wantt, Bank’s In-charge for extension counter Gulmarg, Colonel Gurpreet Singh, CO 13 JAKRIF, Colonel Y S Guleria, Adm. Commander, Colonel M R S Maan, CO 2/1 GR.
Speaking on the occasion, Parimoo said that J&K Bank’s foremost endeavour was to make banking and financial services available to the people right at their doorsteps.
Urging customers to use Bank’s high-tech services that ensure easy banking and instant fund transfer , Parimoo said, “Technology has brought ease and efficiency in the delivery of banking services and has revolutionized the interface between bank and its customers through services like ATMs, e-banking, mobile banking SMS banking, anywhere banking etc. It is now for you to avail these services and enjoy a unique banking experience”.
Brigadier Saini appreciated the Bank for installing ATM in far flung areas. “Though in a topographically tough state like J&K, there is still dearth of such machines in some remote areas but I must appreciate the Bank authorities for their efforts to bring more and more areas within the ambit of banking and especially technology enabled services which have immensely added to the convenience of customers,” Saini said.
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