Bank Strike: 10 lakh bank employees on strike for two days from today

  • Services such as depositing money in bank branches, withdrawal of money, check clearance, and loan approval will be affected.
  • There will be no difference in ATM services.
  • Many of the public sector banks, including SBI, have informed their customers that services at their bank branch may be affected.
  • Services will run normally in private banks such as HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Axis Bank, and IndusInd Bank.

New Delhi: Bank unions have announced a strike against the government’s decision of privatization of government banks across the country. Due to this, there will be no work in public banks today and tomorrow. Let me tell you, for the last one month, about 10 lakh bank employees have been protesting all over the country.

Now today and tomorrow banks have a two-day strike. According to the Union Forum of Bank Unions, banking services can be affected in public banks today and tomorrow, due to which people may face difficulties.


Hurdle in UPI payment today
This strike is being done against the privatization of public sector banks. Therefore, on March 15 and 16, bank employees will go on strike as a protest. However, some banks have already shared the information that the strike will not work. On the other hand, bank unions say that more than 10 lakh employees from all over the country will be involved in this strike.

The public sector, as well as rural banks, will be involved in this strike. Not only this, the bank has said that SBI customers may face difficulty in making UPI payments on Sunday, 14 March. On March 14, the bank will upgrade its UPI platform to improve customer experience. Recently, the bank has said that users can use YONO, YONO Lite, Net Banking, or ATM.