Srinagar, Aug 17 (PTI) State Bank of India Chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara on Tuesday called on Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Manoj Sinha at the Raj Bhavan here, an official spokesperson said.
The chairman apprised the L-G of the latest initiatives taken by the SBI in J-K for greater financial inclusion, he said.
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Khara also discussed with Sinha various upcoming financial services to be extended to the citizens of the union territory.
The L-G asked the chairman to explore all possibilities to extend financial hand-holding to the youth through various schemes and interventions, besides taking initiatives under CSR, the spokesman said.
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Sinha observed that the banking sector plays a key role in socio-economic growth of any region, and urged the SBI chairman to continuously work with dedication in providing the best financial services to the people of the UT.
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