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Bank strike hits services in Karnataka

Bank strike hits services in Karnataka

Mysuru, Dec 26 (UNI) Bank customers faced hardship in Karnataka as thousands of employees of nationalised banks protested against the Union Government's move to merge Banks.

The agitating Bank employs held demonstrations in front of their regional head offices through out the State. In The State Capital hundreds of agitators assembled near State Bank circle and aired slogans against the Central Governments move. In Mysuru they gathered on Chamaraja Double Road and shouted slogans against Central Government's banking policy. They condemned the proposal to merge Bank of Baroda, Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank terming it as a unscientific move.

Addressing the agitators, Employees Union Working Secretary Balakrishna alleged that thousands of employees are losing jobs due to wrong policies of the Central Government. “This will lead to a major problem. Transactions in banks will also be complicated and people will find it tough,” he opined.

“If the Centre doesn’t roll back on its decision, we will be forced to intensify our protests,” Balakrishna warned.

UNI BSP/MSP TS1437

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