Collector inspects functioning of help desks in banks for implementation of Dalit bandhu scheme
K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: Collector RV Karnan had personally visited various banks in the Huzurabad assembly segment to inspect the functioning of help desks opened by the respective banks to oversee the implementation of the ambitious Dalit bandhu scheme and clarify the doubts of the beneficiaries in the district.
The Collector along with Karimnagar District Cooperative Central Bank (DCCB) N Satyanarayana Rao visited the bank branches in Veenavanka mandal on Friday. On this occasion, the Collector personally inspected the functioning of the help desk and interacted with the beneficiaries, who had come to the bank about various queries including the deposit of the Dalit bandhu amount and SMS messages etc.
The Collector collected the beneficiaries’ bank account numbers and personally checked in the computer and informed the deposited amount to the beneficiaries. After confirmation of the Dalit bandhu amount being deposited in their bank account, the beneficiaries had thanked the Collector and returned back with happiness.
On this occasion, the Collector informed that all the Dalit bandhu beneficiaries would get their amount deposited in the bank accounts and there was no need to panic. If they do not get the bank SMS message about the deposited amount, they can approach the respective banks to help desks and get clarifications, he added.
He said that the beneficiaries would get a monthly interest of Rs 2475 to their dalit bandhu amount and they could withdraw the amount only for the grounding of the selected scheme for their economic activities. He informed the beneficiaries to launch the profitable self-employment scheme with the Dalit bandhu scheme for their economic empowerment. DCCB CEO N Satyanarayana Rao, general manager Mohd Riazuddin, bank branch manager Hari Ram Naik, tahsildar Saritha and others were also present.
Similarly, the Collector also visited the bank branches of State Bank of India, Union Bank of India and Telangana Grameena Bank in Jammikunta mandal and inspected the functioning of help desks to clarify the doubts of Dalit bandhu beneficiaries. Lead district manager K Laxman, tahsildar Raju, and others were also present.
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