Banks will remain closed for 4 consecutive days, finish the work till Friday, also Mahashivratri in the middle

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced the privatization of two more public sector banks in addition to IDBI Bank in the budget. Which is constantly being opposed by the bank employee unions. Now the unions have announced a two-day strike next week. In such a situation, if you have to go to the branch for any work related to the bank next week, then firstly know which day the bank will be closed.

fact, in protest against privatization, employees of state-owned banks have announced a strike on March 15 and 16. The strike has been announced by the United Forum of Bank Unions, the central organization of the nine bank unions. The strike will affect the functioning of public sector banks.

The strike will also have an impact on the functioning of the country’s largest bank State Bank of India (SBI). In the information given to the stock exchange, the bank has said that the strike of the bank employees can have an impact on the functioning of the bank. Because the bank unions have announced a nationwide strike.

This strike of bank employees can cause problems to customers. Because government banks can remain closed for 4 consecutive days. On March 15, it is Monday and March 16 is Tuesday, the employees of the government bank will be on strike for these two days. Whereas before this, on 14 March, Sunday and on 13 March is the second Saturday of the month (second Saturday). In this way, government banks can remain closed for four consecutive days.

If there are important tasks related to the bank, then settle it before March 11. Because between 11 March to 16 March, only one day on 12 March (Friday) will be fully functional in the bank. Because on March 11, there is a festival of Mahashivaratri and there will be a holiday on this occasion. Although banks will remain open on this day in Delhi.