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Customers hit by closure of AGVB Customer Service Point

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GORESWAR, April 8 - Around 3317 poor customers of Joykochi mini branch of Customer Service Point (CSP) sponsored by the Asom Gramin Vikash Bank, Muktapur branch have been facing a lot of problems in their bank�s financial transaction following the closure of the CSP since the last 45 days.

The customers of several panchayats of Bardangerikochi Gram Panchayat, Jatiyabhangara Gram Panchayat, Loch Gram Panchayat etc., under Bihdiya- Jajikona Development Block cannot conduct financial transactions in their own accounts in the said CSP, it is alleged.

It may be noted that one Gargeswar Patowary who was in-charge of the CSP had resigned from his duty on February 22, 2017 and he handed over the HHT machine also to the concerned authority, the Senrysa Technology Pvt Ltd.

One Ranjit Patowary was appointed instead of Gargeswar Patowary as the incharge of the said CSP and the Asom Gramin Vikash Bank ,Muktapur branch has reportedly already recognised him as an appointed worker of the Joykochi CSP. Still, the Joykochi CSP has remained closed till date.

As a result, the entire consumers of the Joykochi CSP have to suffer a lot problems in their transactions at the CSP. On the other hand, the beneficiaries of PMAY-G of the Joykochi CSP have to start the construction with the help of its first installment amount of Rs 32,500 each, which is to be followed by more installments of Rs 78,000 and Rs19,000 respectively from the AGVB branch, depending on the progress of the work but the branch manager of the bank used to release only Rs 4500 as the first installment and the next Rs 4500 respectively to the concerned beneficiaries violating the PMAY-G�s rule, a press release stated.

Hence, the beneficiaries of the PMAY-G and customers of the Joykochi CSP under the said three GPs have urged the concerned authority to solve the problems soon.

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Customers hit by closure of AGVB Customer Service Point

GORESWAR, April 8 - Around 3317 poor customers of Joykochi mini branch of Customer Service Point (CSP) sponsored by the Asom Gramin Vikash Bank, Muktapur branch have been facing a lot of problems in their bank�s financial transaction following the closure of the CSP since the last 45 days.

The customers of several panchayats of Bardangerikochi Gram Panchayat, Jatiyabhangara Gram Panchayat, Loch Gram Panchayat etc., under Bihdiya- Jajikona Development Block cannot conduct financial transactions in their own accounts in the said CSP, it is alleged.

It may be noted that one Gargeswar Patowary who was in-charge of the CSP had resigned from his duty on February 22, 2017 and he handed over the HHT machine also to the concerned authority, the Senrysa Technology Pvt Ltd.

One Ranjit Patowary was appointed instead of Gargeswar Patowary as the incharge of the said CSP and the Asom Gramin Vikash Bank ,Muktapur branch has reportedly already recognised him as an appointed worker of the Joykochi CSP. Still, the Joykochi CSP has remained closed till date.

As a result, the entire consumers of the Joykochi CSP have to suffer a lot problems in their transactions at the CSP. On the other hand, the beneficiaries of PMAY-G of the Joykochi CSP have to start the construction with the help of its first installment amount of Rs 32,500 each, which is to be followed by more installments of Rs 78,000 and Rs19,000 respectively from the AGVB branch, depending on the progress of the work but the branch manager of the bank used to release only Rs 4500 as the first installment and the next Rs 4500 respectively to the concerned beneficiaries violating the PMAY-G�s rule, a press release stated.

Hence, the beneficiaries of the PMAY-G and customers of the Joykochi CSP under the said three GPs have urged the concerned authority to solve the problems soon.

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