In the next few days, banking services will be affected for 10 consecutive days. With the end of financial year 2021, banks will remain closed due to Good Friday and Saturday-Sunday holidays. In such a situation, it would be better to settle the work related to the bank within the next 48 hours.
It is now less than a week to end by FY 2021. From financial institutions to the common people, it is the time when all kinds of financial tasks have to be completed. During this period, along with completing the works of the ending financial year, preparations have to be made for the new financial year. There are many of these tasks involving the common people, which can be completed only by going to the bank. In such a situation, if you too have to do such a thing, then you have only a few hours.
In fact, after just 48 hours, banks will have a holiday for the next 10 days. From 27 March to 4 April 2021, banks will open only for two days. In such a situation, it is important for you that if there is any work left in the banks, then settle this in the next 48 hours.
You may already know that banks are closed on the second and last Saturday of every month. Therefore, banks will remain closed on 27 March. Banks will remain closed on Sunday, 28 March. Then it is Holi on Monday. Meanwhile, banks will remain closed across the country for three consecutive days.
Apart from this, the information given on the website of the Arabi shows that banks will remain closed for 4 consecutive days in Patna, the capital of Bihar. In such a situation, people living in Patna will not be able to go to the bank on March 30 and do their work.
After this, 31 March is not a holiday for banks, but due to the last date of the financial year, the bank employees are not able to pay much attention to the customer services. After this, bank services will be affected due to the accounting of banks on 1 April.
After this, banks will be closed on April 2 due to Good Friday. Banks will be closed due to Sunday on April 4. However, banks will start functioning normally from 5 April.