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The 89th Branch of Bharat Bank was Inaugurated at Shirdi; The land of Saibaba

Published On : 20 May 2016   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


THE BANK TRUSTED BY CUSTOMERS: RAVI S SHETTY

Mumbai, May 20: The 89th branch of Bharat Co-operative Bank (Mumbai) Ltd., was inaugurated on Thursday morning at Hotel Eshosans building of Pipalwadi of Rahatha Taluk, Ahamadnagar district of Maharashtra. The Executive-president, Jaya C Suvarna inaugurated the new branch by cutting the ribbon. Ravi S Shetty, the director of Sai Palace Group of Hotels, inaugurated the new branch by lighting the lamp.

Advocate Rohini J Salian, the vice-executive president inaugurated the ATM service, the senior director Pushpalatha N Salian, inaugurated the locker service.

Ravi S Shetty wished good luck and said “the excellent service of Bharath Bank in the field of co-operative sector is appreciable. This bank has achieved immense progress in a short period of time and its service is more cordial than the Nationalised banks. This is the bank which has provided stability to the customers”.

“By creating the awareness about the banking transactions, this bank is motivating savings. This bank is an example for a cordial relationship and has seen the peak of success under the leadership of Jaya C Suvarna. Employees’ efficiency, simplicity and decency are the key reasons behind the success of the bank”-said Gangadhar Amin.

B K Avard, Dr. Eknath Ghondkar, Maheshwar S Patil and others expressed their views.

During this occasion, Shivasena leader and MP of Shirdi constituency Sadashiv Lokhande, industrialist Gangadhar Amin Nasik, Leela Jaya Suvarna, Shankar K Suvarna Khar, Nuthan Shyam Suvarna Pune, K N Shetty, Shobha A Ghondkar, Vishvanath Shetty, Sathish S Gangwal, Shashi Shetty, Balachandra Kotian Nasik, Dhanesh Shetty J B Nagar, Managing Director and CEO C R Mulky, directors-J AKotian, U S Pujary, Bhaskar M Salian, Advocate S B Amin, Chandrashekar S Pujary, R D Pujary, K B Pujary, Gangadhar J Pujary, Jyothi K Suvarna, the former director N M Sanil, other customers and wellwishers were present.

The Chief General Manager Anilkumar R Amin, Senior Managers Shobha Dayanand and Nithyananda D Kotian, branch heads-Pravin Kumar aMin Lonawala, Santhosh S Salian Nasik, Sunil Gujaran, Vijaya B Palan, Aveesh Pujary and others were present and wished goodluck.

Shri Shekar Shanthi Ullur and DhananjayaShanthiUllurperformed the Ganahoma, Laxmi Sathyanarayana Pooja and Dwarapooja. Gangadhara Kallady distributed the theertha prasadam. Ramesh G Suvarna and Shobha Ramesh couple led the pooja rituals.

Asst.General Manager and chief of the development board Mohandas Hejmady welcomed all. Ramesh G Suvarna proposed vote of thanks.

 

 







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