Banking services will close to a from 8 to 15 March. ZNDM NEWS |

If you want to celebrate Holi well then do cash arrangements now or if you want to tackle your banking work during these holidays, then this is very important news for you. In the next month i.e. March 2020, banking operations will be interrupted for eight consecutive days. Therefore, if you have to complete your banking tasks on time, then you have to keep in mind the Bank Holidays and Bank Strike.

If you want to celebrate Holi well then do cash arrangements now or if you want to tackle your banking work during these holidays, then this is very important news for you. In the next month i.e. March 2020, banking operations will be interrupted for eight consecutive days. So if you have to complete your banking tasks on time, then you have to keep in mind the Bank Holidays and Bank Strike. Due to lack of work in banks, transactions in bank branches and important banking functions of customers like check clearance, loan approval can be stopped. The functioning of public sector banks in the country may be stalled for eight consecutive days from March 8 to March 15. Banks are to remain closed during these eight days. Because March 8 is Sunday, the day the bank is closed. After this, Holi holiday is on 9 March in many places in the country, on 10 March in many places, Therefore, banks will have a holiday on both days on 9 and 10 March. After this, on 11, 12 and 13 March, bank employees headed by unions of public sector banks are going on strike. Therefore, government banks will be closed across the country on these three days. March 14 is the second Saturday after the end of the banks' strike, due to which the banks will remain closed and then the eighth day i.e. on March 15, due to Sunday, banks will be closed. In this way banking operations can be interrupted from March 8 to March 15 across the country. Bank employees are going on strike demanding that their salary be revised. Union Bank Employees Federation of India (BEFI) and All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) of state-run banks have called for a nationwide strike from 11 to 13 March. Bank employees say that salaries of officers and employees of banks are revised every five years, But it has not happened since 2012. At the same time, the bank unions have also demanded two weekly holidays. Customers may have to face a lot of hardship due to continuous interruptions in banks for so many days. Customers will not be able to transact in banks these days and their important banking functions like check clearance can also be disrupted. In order to complete their banking operations on time, customers should take care of their important banking operations in the first week of March to avoid the hassle of taking holidays and strike of banks.