Bank Strike: SBI said that it has taken all possible measures to ensure the normal functioning of all offices and branches.
State Bank of India (SBI) said on Friday that the two-day nationwide strike starting on 31 January could have some impact on its operations. The bank told BSE that it has taken all possible measures to ensure normal functioning of all offices and branches.
The bank said, “Although all possible measures have been taken to ensure normal operation of all offices and branches, the strike may have a partial impact on operations.” Due to this, a nationwide strike has been called on 31 January and 1 February.
SBI said, “The Indian Banks Association has informed that the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), which has 9 major organizations linked, called a nationwide strike of bank employees on 31 January and 1 February 2020.”
9 organizations with UFBU
All India Bank Employees Association, All India Bank Officers Confederation, National Confederation of Bank Employees, All India Bank Officers Association, Bank Employees Federation of India, Indian National Bank Employees Federation, Indian National Bank Officers Congress, Nation Organization of Bank Workers under UFBU And the Organization of Bank Officers Organization.
Customers have to deal with the work first
The bank branches and officials strike may affect the functioning of bank branches. In such a situation, the necessary work related to the customer branch should be dealt with in advance, so that any kind of trouble can be avoided at the last moment.