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Mumbai, Aug 12: The decennial celebration of The R S Co-operative Bank was held at Yashwant Natya Mandir, Matunga (W) on Saturday Aug 11.

M D Mallya, chairman and managing director of Bank of Maharashtra, in his inaugural address said that, The R S Co-operative Bank has achieved significant progress in the last decade. The credibility has sustained Bank to scale new heights

Prakash P Mallya, executive president and managing director of Vijaya Bank, was the chief guest present at the occasion.  The souvenir of the Bank was released by the chief guest, at the same occasion.

Past directors Narayan Naik, Gopal Navelkar, Umesh S Bhat, Vittal P Nayak, Savita R Nayak, Sitaram M Nayak, Devdas S Kelkar and present directors Vittal D Nayak, Rohini M Patkar, Nityanand B Nayak, Upendra N Kamath, Raghavendra S Nayak, Sudhir N Nayak, Mahendra T Nayak, Sadanand G Patkar, deputy working president D S Nayak and working president Sadananda G Patkar, well wisher of the bank Shrnivas S Salvankar, leading depositors Dr Ajit Gunjikar and Ullas Kamath, former working president of SVC Bank G V Masurkar were felicitated at the function.
BJP leader Ram Naik, Borivli MLA Gopal Shetty, John D’Silva, editor of Co-operative Bankers’ Dairy and Madhav V Prabhu, president of Rajapur Saraswata Sangh were present on the occasion.

Sadananda D Nayak welcomed the gathering. Jyothi Patkar and others invoked prayers. D S Nayak proposed vote of thanks. Vishnumurti Nayak compered the programme.


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