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Vijaya Bank to become a memory from Apr 1

Customers receive official message on its merger

Team Udayavani, Mar 29, 2019, 7:54 AM IST

Mangaluru: Amidst enough fights to prevent the merger of DK’s Vijaya Bank with the Bank of Baroda, now an official message has been sent to its customer regarding the merger. Thus, come April 1st the existence of Vijaya Bank will be remanded to the pages of history.

As the decision to merger Karavali’s pride Vijaya Bank with the bank of Baroda was being announced, widespread protests were conducted in the Karavali region, that too in the undivided districts of Udupi and Dakshina Kannada. But amidst the fight to save the existence of Vijaya Bank by the retired employees of the bank and the fans of the bank, the merger process kept moving forward. Nonetheless, the fighters and the people of Karavali had a hope that the process of merging the profit making Vijaya Bank may be stopped during the last phase. That hope has now been extinguished.

All Vijaya Bank employees have received an official SMS stating that the business of Vijaya Bank is merging with the Bank of Baroda and Dena Bank and all its functioning will progress as per usual.

SMS received by the customers

The message sent to its customers by Vijaya Bank is so, “From April 1st 2019, Vijaya Bank, Dena Bank and the Bank d Baroda will be merged together. In the coming days you will be doing business with the country’s third largest bank. Your present existing account number, debit/credit card, mobile and net banking facilities will function as per usual. For details contact your Vijaya Bank branch.”

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