Gwalior: Locks on banks, customers upset, ATMs empty
Publish Date: | Fri, 17 Dec 2021 : PM (IST)
– Demand for withdrawal of bank during privatization bill demonstration to privatization bill
Gwalior.Naiduniya Rep. In protest against the privatization of banks, the officers and employees of public sector banks remained on strike for the second day today. Due to the strike by the bank employees, the ATMs of the banks became empty for one night. Customers faced problems due to ATM cards. Employees protested at the Bank of India’s branch located at Phulbagh from today am on Friday. Many work of the customers who went to the bank got stuck due to the employees going on strike. The customers who went to the bank had to return disappointed after seeing the locks on the disappointed banks.
Privatization of National Banks by all the officers and employees of Public Sector Banks under the aegis of United Forum of Banks United Forum of Bank Unions For not doing so, they were on strike on Friday as well. The work of a large number of customers has been stuck due to the bank employees going on strike. On the second day neither drafts nor checks were passed. ATMs also became empty due to the strike by bank employees. Due to this, customers were seen roaming from one ATM to another. The employees demanded the withdrawal of the bank. Along with the demand to recover the NPA accounts of industrial houses and strengthen the nationalized banks, the bank employees say that after getting loans from public sector banks to the industrialists, they are not able to recover them. In such a situation, they go to the government bank. On Friday, hundreds of employees including Upaswarhim Khan of United Forum of Bank Union Officers Union Deputy General Secretary Agarwal convener Virendra Srivastava Employees Union went on strike.
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