Media talks about the Long Queues, But What about the Aam Banker

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Media talks about the Long Queues, But What about the Aam Banker

Its been 16 days since the Demonetisation annoucment happened on 8th Nov evening. There are thousands of articles that have been already published in the newspaper,  social media Tv chhanel  around the long queues, the challenges faced by the poor people, the folks which are standing in queues on someone else's behalf, the deaths of individuals while standing in lines, people having marriage problems, farmers having crop problems problem face in the vegetable market, problem in bus autorikshaw and small grocery shop However, we have seen really few to almost none media coverage around the challenges of the Aam Banker.

 We are fully supportive of this move by the Government, we believe that the effort put in by the Aam Banker needs to be lauded & awarded in some shape or form.In the last 2.5 years, Bankers have been at the forefront of operating at the seams of challenges first while doing the Jan-Dhan Yojana, and then through various other initiatives of the Government to bring the country into the Banking space. In a recent article in the Economic Times, it was pointed that the heads of all major banks were called in to a meeting with RBI at 7 pm on 8th Nov, and they saw the announcement together on a TV in the room. With so little time to prepare, we can imagine the amount of work that must have gone in from each individual banker to make this as smooth as possible. We have personally heard people saying that Bankers should be treated at par or next in line as our soldiers considering the amount & scale of effort being put in by them for the country. From my personal experience till yesterday every banker leaved home around 7.30 to 8.00 a. and returned hhome around 11.00 p.m  to 12.00 midnight. No one talk about us even our union leader.Management are busy  to show their performance to finance department. One PSU bank opened 18 counter in one branch  for  note exchange in  Delhi  and  MD of said bank  sent a photo  to Mr jetly to proved his performance.


We invites all its fellow active Bankers to provide their insight into their feelings about the Demonetisation exercise, and how much effort they are putting in on a daily basis. Any anecdotes about how a banker has helped their community would be welcomed.  

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Its been 16 days since the Demonetisation annoucment happened on 8th Nov evening. There are thousands of articles that have been already published in the newspaper,  social media Tv chhanel  around the long queues, the challenges faced by the poor people, the folks which are standing in queues on someone else's behalf, the deaths of individuals while standing in lines, people having marriage problems, farmers having crop problems problem face in the vegetable market, problem in bus autorikshaw and small grocery shop However, we have seen really few to almost none media coverage around the challenges of the Aam Banker.

 We are fully supportive of this move by the Government, we believe that the effort put in by the Aam Banker needs to be lauded & awarded in some shape or form.In the last 2.5 years, Bankers have been at the forefront of operating at the seams of challenges first while doing the Jan-Dhan Yojana, and then through various other initiatives of the Government to bring the country into the Banking space. In a recent article in the Economic Times, it was pointed that the heads of all major banks were called in to a meeting with RBI at 7 pm on 8th Nov, and they saw the announcement together on a TV in the room. With so little time to prepare, we can imagine the amount of work that must have gone in from each individual banker to make this as smooth as possible. We have personally heard people saying that Bankers should be treated at par or next in line as our soldiers considering the amount & scale of effort being put in by them for the country. From my personal experience till yesterday every banker leaved home around 7.30 to 8.00 a. and returned hhome around 11.00 p.m  to 12.00 midnight. No one talk about us even our union leader.Management are busy  to show their performance to finance department. One PSU bank opened 18 counter in one branch  for  note exchange in  Delhi  and  MD of said bank  sent a photo  to Mr jetly to proved his performance.


We invites all its fellow active Bankers to provide their insight into their feelings about the Demonetisation exercise, and how much effort they are putting in on a daily basis. Any anecdotes about how a banker has helped their community would be welcomed.  

Main article collect from ABS



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