THE HISTORICAL AND MYTHOLOGICAL PLACE OF INDIA
Mumbai, May 16: The CEO and the Managing director of Bharath Bank-C R Mulky announced that, the 89th branch of Bharat Co-operative bank (Mumbai) Ltd., the “Excellent Bank” award winner from Co-operative banking association of Mumbai and the prestigious financial institution of Tulu-Kannadiga, will be inaugurated on 19th May Thursday at Hotel Eshosans building of Pipalwadi of Rahatha Taluk, Ahamadnagar district of Maharashtra.
Jaya C. Suvarna
C. R Mulky
The Asst.General Manager and the chief of the Development Board, Mohandas Hejmady said-“This is a matter of pride that Tulu-Kannadigas’ prestigious Bharat bank is going to serve in this hystorical and Mythological place. We are glad to inaugurate our 89th branch here”.
The President of Rashtriya Billawara Maha mandala and the executive president of the bank Jaya C Suvarna will inaugurate the new branch. The vice-executive president Advocate Rohini J Salian will inaugurate the other facilities. On the eve of this function Ganahoma, Sathyanarayana Pooja, Vasthu pooja, Dwara pooja and other religious rituals will be conducted. The chief of the bank Ramesh G Suvarna requested all the customers, share-holders and well-wishers to participate and convey the good wishes to the success of the new branch.
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