JK Bank inaugurates ATM, new premises of E/C PCR
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 2: J&K Bank inaugurated new and renovated premises of its extension counter PCR and commissioned an additional ATM at Police Control Room Batamaloo, here.
Bashir Ahmad Lone, Bank’s President & Zonal Head for Kashmir Central and Rauf-ul-Hassan, Inspector General of Police (Armed) inaugurated the facilities.
Among others present on the occasion were Viqar Nazki, Bank’s Head for Marketing and Sheikh Abdul Hamid DIG Police.
Speaking on the occasion, Lone said that J&K Bank was vigorously following a plan to penetrate into far off places to realize the dream of 100 per cent financial inclusion to ensure every individual of J&K is brought into the fold of banking.
Laying emphasis on improved customer service, Lone said that J&K Bank, under the Chairmanship of Mushtaq Sahib, is committed to provide world class services through a wonderful mix of personal touch and state-of-the-art technology, adding, police force continues to be the Bank’s priority as it forms the part and parcel of this society.
Police officials appreciated the gesture of J&K Bank in providing a new-look spacious premises and an additional ATM for the convenience of the police personnel, the bank in a statement said.
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