JK Bank holds KCC Mela
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 23: J&K Bank today organized a KCC Mela at Gund, Ganderbal.
A large number of people from the farming community attended the mela.
Bank’s Zonal Head Kashmir (Central) Bashir Ahmad Lone was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Executive Manager and Head B/U Gund Hilal Ahmad were also present.
Speaking at the mela, Zonal Head said, “J&K Bank is committed to provide all the required finances to the farming community of state as and when the need arises.”
On the occasion, he distributed around 600 KCCs among the beneficiaries.
Earlier, Cluster Head (III), Kashmir Central informed the gathering that it was 2nd such mela at Gund conducted to provide hassle free finance to the farmers.
Out of 18980 cases received by the Business units under Cluster III, 14101 cases have been sanctioned for Rs 27.46 crore, out of which 6794 cases have been disbursed amounting to Rs 11.08 crore, he said.
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