Nagpur Nagarik Sahakari Bank opens branch at Bramhapuri

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 03 Nov 2017 09:52:12

Business Bureau,

As a part of its expansion plan, Nagpur Nagarik Sahakari Bank Limited (NNSBL) has opened its branch at Bramhapuri in Chandrapur district.
The branch was inaugurated by Hansraj Ahir, Minister for Home Affairs, Government of India.

Present on the occasion were Prof Sanjay Bhende, Chairman of the bank, Ashok Nete, MP of Gadchiroli, Dr Moreshwar Sukhdeve, Chairman of Mumbai Administrative Board of Maharashtra State Co-operative Bank, Ravindra Bhusari, senior BJP leader, Atul Deshkar, former legislator, Dr Upendra Kothekar, Organising Secretary of BJP, Vidarbha Pradesh, Shalu Dandavate, Chairperson of Wadsa Municipal Council, Jayant Kharvade, Vibhag Sanghchalak of RSS, Kisan Nagdev, well-known trader, Moti Kukreja and Iqbal Jesani, President of Bramhapuri Vyapari Sangh were prominently present on the occasion. MP Ashok Nete inaugurated the ATM and Rupay Debit Card.

Speaking on the occasion, Minister Hansraj Ahir said, the launching of Nagpur Nagarik Sahakari Bank Limited in Bramhapuri will give impetus to the industrial growth.
He said, the bank should also five financial help to entrepreneurs of food processing and agri-based products. MP Ashok Nete extended his greeting to the management of the bank and wish them success for future. Dr Moreshwar Sukhdeve said, in order to expand the deposit base of the bank, State Co-operative Banks and Urban Co-operative Banks will always render their help. Prof Sanjay Bhende explained in detail about the schemes of the bank.

Anilkumar Govindani, Working Director of Bramhapuri Branch made introductory remarks. Mahesh Nandanpawar conducted the proceedings and Harshawardha Surjikar, Officer of Bramhapuri Branch proposed the vote of thanks, informs a press release issued here.

Also present on the occasion were Nilkanth Devangan, member on board of directors, Ramesh Pasari, Ravindra Bokar, Tarun Sawla, Subhash Godbole, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and customers of the bank.