Banks New Schedule Made It Difficult – Banks New Schedule Made It Difficult

The banks’ new schedule made it difficult
Account holders are in trouble because they left the bank open for four hours
Samvad News Agency
Maharajganj. The new schedule of banks in the district has contributed to the account problems. The banks, which are only open for four hours, are crowding out for transactions. Because of this, some people have to return disappointed while some people successfully deposit and withdraw.
In order to contain the growing corona infection and to save the staff, 50 percent of the staff are called to the banks. The banks’ timetable has also been shortened from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Considering the work of just four hours, a large number of account holders come to banks to make deposits and withdrawals. However, under the protective measures of the banks, people are again admitted to the branch. Amit Kumar, who lives in Shastri Nagar, said that there is a problem with transactions due to the dwindling time of banks. Mahesh of Ghughli said he was afraid to go into the crowded banks. SK Srivastava, Managing Director of Lead Bank SBI, said that the time had been reduced due to adverse circumstances. There has to be a problem, of course, but people should reach the allotted time with rescue methods and make their deposits and withdrawals.

The banks’ new schedule made it difficult

Account holders are in trouble because they left the bank open for four hours

Samvad News Agency

Maharajganj. The new schedule of banks in the district has increased account difficulties. The banks, which are only open for four hours, are crowding out for transactions. Because of this, some people have to return disappointed while some people successfully deposit and withdraw.

In order to contain the growing Corona infection and to save the staff, 50 percent of the staff are called to the banks. The banks’ timetable was also shortened from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Considering the work of just four hours, a large number of account holders come to banks to make deposits and withdrawals. However, under the protective measures of the banks, people are again admitted to the branch. Amit Kumar, who lives in Shastri Nagar, said that there is a problem with transactions due to the dwindling time of banks. Mahesh of Ghughli said he was afraid to go into the crowded banks. SK Srivastava, General Manager of Lead Bank SBI, said that the time had been reduced due to adverse circumstances. Surely there will be a problem, but people should reach the allotted time with rescue methods and make their deposits and withdrawals.

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