Rs.500 crore transaction hit due to strike
By Neelima Shankar
Dec 20, 2013
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About Rs.500 crore worth of transactions was affected due to the lack of work because of the state run strike of more than 40, 000 employees of various banks. The shutters of banks in the private sector were also closed due to the banks of the public sector which were closed due to the strike.

Prasad a part of an union and a State Bank of India senior representative told that Even Nabard was closed down in their backing , private banks, incorporating Hdfc Bank, Yes Bank, Kotak Mahindra, Icici, and Karnataka Bank, in the state capital remained shut in backing of the financiers' requests.

The bank workers additionally held arouses and arranged exhibit soon after their limb business settings and yelled trademarks against supposed saving money changes and requesting quick wage modification. Rallies were taken out by BEFB members arranged dharna close Biscouman. Centre of Indian Trade Union's Arun Mishra, the Coordination Committee of Trade Union's Manjul Kumar Das along with others

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