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Mumbai: Bharath Bank begins ATM facilities at Khar east branch


Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Dec 15: Bharath Bank operating their branch at Khar east started ATM facilities for its customers on Friday morning. National Billava Maha Mandal president and Bharath Bank executive president Jaya C Suvarna inaugurated the ATM center and conveyed his best wishes. Shani Mahatma Seva Samithi Khar president Shanker K Suvarna lit the lamp and set the programme in motion.

Shani Mahatma Seva Samithi Khar honorary president Sridhar J Bangera, the bank’s managing director and CEO C R Mulki, director Sharada Sooru Karkera, M N Karkera, N T Poojary, Purushotham S Kotian, Premanath P Kotian, former directors N M Sanil, general manager and HRM Dinesh B Salian, deputy general manager Janardhan M Poojary, Vijay Palan and Avish Poojary wished progress and prosperity for the bank.



Ulthoor Dhananjay Shanti and Ulloor Shekhar Shanti performed religious rituals and blessings. Gangadhar Kalmady distributed theertha prasada. Yashodha Tarun Ameen couple was in charge of the rituals. Branch manager Jaya A Kotian welcomed the gathering. Assistant manager Jayashree V Ameen proposed the vote of thanks.

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