20th February, 2020
Once again, the bank will be closed for three consecutive days. In such a situation, you should arrange the money today, otherwise you may have to face trouble for the next three days. Banks will be closed across the country from 21 February to 23 February. Tomorrow, on Friday, due to the Maha Shivaratri holiday, there will be no work in banks. At the same time, the next day i.e. February 22 is the fourth Saturday of the week. After this, on 23 February, banks will be closed for three consecutive days due to Sunday holiday. Check clearance, NEFT, RTGS etc. will be interrupted due to the bank being closed. Now the bank will open on 24 February i.e. on Monday only.
Even before this, banks were closed for three days
Let us tell you that earlier banks were closed from 31 January to 2 February. Bank unions had called for a nationwide bank strike till 31 January and 1 February. At the same time, there was a holiday in banks due to Sunday on February 2.
Banks can remain closed for 5 consecutive days in March, the next month, that is, banks can remain closed for 5 consecutive days in the month of March. Employees of public sector banks can go on a three-day strike from March 11 to 13. If the bank employees go on strike on 11-13 March, the banks can remain closed for 5 consecutive days. This is because after the three-day strike, the second Saturday of the month is falling on March 14 and then on Sunday, March 15, that is, if there is a strike, the banks will be affected for 5 days.
Banks will remain closed for a total of 16 days in March
Speaking of holidays in March, according to RBI, there are 6 holidays in banks this month. Apart from this, banks will remain closed for a total of 8 days on the second and fourth Saturdays. At the same time, adding 5 Sundays, the bank will be closed for a total of 13 days in March. If there is a strike, banks will remain closed for a total of 16 days.