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Published on: 2018-03-12     228 times read    0  Comments

March 12: Civil Bank has opened its branches at two different places of Lamjung district. With an aim to provide banking service at all local levels of the nation, the bank has extended the branches at Gaundama of Dudhpokhari Rural Municipality-6 and Malinma of Kwoholasonthar Rural Municipality of the district.

Nepal Rastra Bank's operator Ramji Regmi inaugurated the new branches amid separate functions on Saturday (March 10) and Sunday (March 11) respectively.  With these branches, the bank now has 59 branches across the nation.

Praising the importance of the bank at the national level, Regmi appealed the bank at the program to extend its branches at more local level.

Likewise, the bank's CEO Govinda Gurung shed light on the bank’s for economic development of rural areas.

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