Tackle all work related to bank today, otherwise will have to wait for March 17
Tackle all work related to bank today, otherwise will have to wait for March 17

If you have work-related to banks, then you should finish them today. Yes, today, after March 12, the banks will be opened directly, March 17, i.e. on Wednesday. Because of this, there is a chance of a big hindrance in your work related to the bank. Expressing their anger towards the Central's decision to privatize the public sector Bharat Bandh has been called off. If you do not want to take this risk, then it's better to do all your work related to the bank. Otherwise, you may have to wait for a long time.

Why Banks are closed- Actually banks will remain closed from March 12 onwards, and after that, they will open on Wednesday, March 17. According to the information received, all the banks in the country will remain closed on March 13 and 14, and only the rural banks will remain closed on March 15 and 16. This bandh has been called by the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU). Indeed, a 2-day strike has been announced by the employees of the public bank to protest against the privatization of the banks. On March 13, the second Saturday, March 14 is the proposed strike of the bank employees on Sunday, March 15 and 16.

Bank employees have demanded that public sector banks will not be entrusted to private hands. Because this can jeopardize the job of employees. At the same time, the government says that to run some government institutions, privatizing these banks is very important. In such a situation, if some institutions are not privatized, it will be difficult to remove the salary of the employees there. For this reason, it is better to hand over these institutions in private hands, so that the jobs of the employees continue. Now the government has also claimed that after privatization, the job of any employee is not going to be affected.

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