Bank strike postponed, a sigh of relief for Nagaland

Dimapur, September 24, (NE): A 48 hours bank strike has been postponed indefinitely due to last hour agreement with the Centre has brought a lot of relief to the public.

According to some, it becomes a question of harassment has various official documents are required being the end of a month. Moreover, if this strike was to really happen then the citizens work will go somewhere in month of October, which again becomes very inconvenient in the large.

That way, the public rued of another month like wasted. In short, postponing for another suitable time was the reply from the citizens of the state.

Importantly, all the works, these days requires bank account of which, a day or two closing down of especially the important banks becomes very inconvenient when Nagaland is mostly regarded as a hilly state; besides the citizens in main town like Dimapur, Kohima and Mokokchung. Others, even including Zunheboto or Wokha are in hilly terrains.

Likewise, the bank organization for the sake of common citizens including senior citizens have to think for every aspect of all.

It is pertinent to note that the proposed bank strict of 48 hours starting from midnight of September 25 to 27 was:

For opposing proposed merger in banking sector, like the one in Dimapur of Vijaya Bank now is Bank of Baroda, located in the heart of Dimapur city.

Demanding: five days working week; early wage revision as per COD and unconditional mandate; settlement of retirees issues; recruitment in all cadres; scrapping of NPS and reduction of service charges for customers.

The slated all India bank strike was jointly organized by AIBOC, AIBOA, INBOC & NOBO.