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Covid-19: Bank employees seek transportation, police protection for working

With the Prime Minister announcing the national-level lockdown and public transportation being stopped in most of the cities, many employees are unable to attend office.

Coronavirus | Bank employees | Indian Banks

Gireesh Babu  |  Chennai 

The announcement of various measures under the different government schemes by the government yesterday is bound to result in sudden increase in crowd at those branches, especially in the rural and semi-urban branches.

The association has sought necessary transportation of its staff to bank branches after government announced various relief measures for citizens affected by the lockdown. The association also sought police protection saying these relief measures may lead to large number of customers rushing to the .



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First Published: Sat, March 28 2020. 19:07 IST