Tamil NaduBank Strike: Public Sector Banks holidays From March 26th to 29th four...

Bank Strike: Public Sector Banks holidays From March 26th to 29th four consecutive days

Bank Strike: If you have any important job in the bank, finish it today. This is because the banks will be closed for four consecutive days from tomorrow (Saturday).

If you have any important work in the bank, finish it today. This is because the banks will be closed for four consecutive days from tomorrow (Saturday). Banks do not operate as usual as Saturday and Sunday are weekends. Meanwhile, banks will be closed on Monday and Tuesday due to a strike by the banking union.

State Bank of India, the country’s largest bank, has said banking operations will be affected on March 28 and March 29 due to the banking union strike. It is noteworthy that this bank strike is being held against privatization.

A statement from SBI said, “We will do our best to avoid any problems for our customers at this time. The two-day strike was announced by organizations such as the All India Bank Employees Union.

Bank employees have said that when the public sector banks are privatized, there will be problems in the investment of the common people. Therefore, various unions, including Indian banks, have announced a two-day strike tomorrow (Sunday, March 4) and Sunday (March 27) against the privatization of public sector banks.

These four days have been declared a bank holiday. Therefore, the State Bank of India has announced that if customers have any work in the banks from tomorrow (March 26) to March 29, it is better to complete it today.

29 banks, including Allahabad Bank, Bank of India, Canara Bank and Indian Bank, are public sector banks. The federal government announced a number of new amendments to the Banks in its financial statements. Bank employees feared that the amendments would privatize public sector banks.

Bank employees have protested the amendments. The various schemes of the government are the public sector banks which are the bridge to reach the marginalized people of the country. Therefore, various struggles are going on against the privatization of them.

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