Indian banks issue gag orders to employees over overcrowding: Reports

Some branch staff have complained on social media of the difficulty in imposing social distancing in such conditions, earning a rebuke from employers and even from the police

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India has extended a lockdown on its 1.3 billion people until at least May 3 to combat the spread of coronavirus

State-owned banks in India have barred employees from posting pictures, video clips or messages on social media on issues such as overcrowding at bank branches during the coronavirus crisis, according

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First Published: Apr 14 2020 | 9:19 PM IST

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