Banks will remain closed for 8 days, get your work done beforehand
Banks will remain closed for 8 days, get your work done beforehand

If you have to deal with your banking work next month, then there is very important news for you. Apart from this, banking work is going to be interrupted for eight consecutive days in the next month i.e. March 2020. So if you have to complete your banking tasks on time, then you may have to keep in mind the Bank Holidays and Bank Strike. Due to the stagnation of work in banks, important banking functions of customers such as transactions in bank branches and check clearance can be halted.

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Working in public sector banks will be stalled from 8 to 15 March
The functioning of state-run banks in India can be stalled for eight consecutive days from March 8 to March 15. Let us know for what reasons the banks are going to remain closed during these eight days. At the same time, Sunday is March 8, which is a holiday for banks, so banks will not open on this day. At the same time, banks will remain closed at some places in the country on Holika Dahan on March 9 and will open at some places. On March 10, the next day of Holika Dahan is the national holiday of Holi. Banks will be closed across the country on this day. After this, on March 11, 12 and 13, bank employees headed by unions of public sector banks are going on strike. Apart from this, therefore, government banks will be closed across the country on these three days. With this, the second Saturday on March 14 after the end of the strike of the banks, due to which the banks will remain closed and then on the eighth day i.e. March 15, due to Sunday, banks will be closed. Banking operations can be interrupted from March 8 to March 15 across the country.

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Government bank employees will go on strike
Bank employees are going on strike demanding that their salary be revised. The 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 March 11 to 13. With this, the bank employees say that the salaries of the officers and employees of the banks are revised every five years, but this has not happened since 2012. Bank unions have also demanded two weekly holidays.

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Important works like check clearance will be stopped
Apart from this, consumers may have to face a lot of trouble due to the interrupted functioning of banks for so many consecutive days. Customers will not be able to transact in banks these days and their important banking functions like check clearance can also be disrupted. To complete their banking operations on time, customers will have to settle their banking operations keeping in mind the holidays and strikes of the banks. At the same time, customers should get their important banking work done in the first week of March to avoid trouble.

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