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Mumbai: Bharat Co-operative Bank ATM Outlets Inaugurated


Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai

Mumbai, Nov 3: The Bharat Co-operative Bank ATM outlets at Malad West and Ghatkopar West branches was inaugurated by former working president and current director of Bharat Bank, National Billava Mahamandal president Jaya Suvarna on Friday November 3.

Rajesh Shetty, Santhosh Poojary, Ramanand Shetty, Advocate Somanath Amin, Sanjay Jain, Bindu Bhat, Vinu Shetty, Ganesh Ayyar, Sanjay Thanmpi, among many others were present during the inauguration ceremony at the branch located at Malad West Kasturba Road Monalisa apartment.

Dananjay N Bhat performed Vaastu puja, Gana Homa and various other rituals. Harinaaksha D Poojary and Jayaprada H Poojary couple took part in the puja rituals.

Bank directors Y Nagesh, Jyoti K Suvarna, Bhaskar M Salian, managing director and CEO C R Mulky, general manager Anil Kumar R Amin, assistant general manager Vivek S Shanbaugh, Prabhakar J Suvarna, Naveen Chandra Bangera, senior managers U Dhananjay Kumar, Janardhan M Poojary along with several shareholders, customers and well-wishers were present.

Branch manager Dinesh K Kukiyaan welcomed.

Deputy general manager Nityanand D Kotian compered the programme.

Assistant Rekha Ajith proposed the vote of thanks.  

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