World’s second coldest place gets first ATM
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 18: J&K Bank Tuesday became the first bank to commission an ATM at Drass, the second coldest inhabited place on earth.
Tafazal Hussain, Bank’s Executive President dedicated the facility to the people of Drass amid huge public gathering.
Others present on the occasion were Chetan Paljore, Bank’s Vice President and Tasaduq Ahmad, Bank’s cluster head for Kargil.
Speaking on the occasion Tafazal Hussain described the opening of ATMs in areas like Drass as part of Bank’s massive expansion plan that “is focused on delivering banking services at the peoples’ doorstep regardless of their geographies”.
"We are opening more branches and ATMs in the Ladakh zone in the coming months," he informed the gathering.
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