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Published on: 2018-08-10     36 times read    0  Comments

5 More branches of Muktinath

August 10: Muktinath Bikas Bank has extended its service by opening five new branches across the country.

The bank has opened the branches in Bardibas of Mahottari, Chandrapur of Rautahat, Itahari and Inaruwa of Sunsari and Damak of Jhapa.

The branches in Bardibas, Chandrapur, Itahari, Inaruwa and Damak were respectively inaugurated by Pralahad Chhettri, chairman of Bardibas Chamber of Commerce Industries; Dev Prasad Timalsina, member of parliament; Sailesh Kumar Bista, senior vice chairman of Itahari Chamber of Commerce and Industries; Rajiv Koirala, member of state assembly of Province 1; and Romnath Oli, mayor of Damak Municipality amid separate functions on Thursday, August 10.

The bank said it aims to ease the financial transaction of the locals with the operation of the additional branches. 

With the operation of the new branches, Muktinath Bikas Bank now has 95 branches in its network.

 


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