JK Bank commissions 697th ATM
Srinagar, Sep 7: J&K Bank ATM network in north Kashmir went up to 81 by commissioning of an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) at Daver in Gurez today.
Overall network of ATMs of the bank has risen to 697.
The bank also conducted financial awareness camps across the north Kashmir, the bank in a statement said.
Minister of State for Agriculture and PHE Nazir Ahmad Gurezi inaugurated the ATM in presence of Muhammad Sultan Kaboo, bank’s Zonal Head (North) and other valuable customers of the bank.
Speaking on the occasion the Nazir Ahmad hailed the services of the Bank especially the installation of ATM in remotest village of the district.
He said, “This bank belongs to the people of J&K and we have lot of expectations from it. We appreciate the services provided by the Bank staff to the people of this state.”
Urging the bank’s management for speedy disposal of sponsored cases, he said, “The bank needs to contribute to the welfare of people living in the remotest parts of state under their CSR as they have been doing in other parts.”
Zonal Head reiterated the bank’s commitment towards people of J&K irrespective of their location and status.
He said, “This ATM is in the remotest area of District Bandipora. Besides, taking the world class banking and financial services to the doorsteps of people, the bank is in the process of covering all the villages under its financial inclusion programme so that the benefit of financial development reaches to every village of the state.”
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