WORLD Bank employees protest against proposed privatization of two public sector banks in Agartala, India

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Bank employees protest against proposed privatization of two public sector banks in Agartala, India

Xinhua

22:55, March 15, 2021

Bank employees protest against proposed privatization of two public sector banks in Agartala, ndia's northeastern state of Tripura, March 15, 2021. Banking services across India were hit Monday in the wake of a countrywide two-day strike against the proposed privatization of two public sector banks and retrograde banking reforms, officials said. According to United Forum of Bank Union (UFBU), an umbrella body of nine bank unions in India, over a million bank employees and officers participate in the strike. (Str/Xinhua)

A bank employee walks past a sign protesting against the proposed privatization of two public sector banks in Mumbai, India, March 15, 2021. Banking services across India were hit Monday in the wake of a countrywide two-day strike against the proposed privatization of two public sector banks and retrograde banking reforms, officials said. According to United Forum of Bank Union (UFBU), an umbrella body of nine bank unions in India, over a million bank employees and officers participate in the strike. (Photo by Fariha Farooqui/Xinhua)

Bank employees protest against proposed privatization of two public sector banks in Mumbai, India, March 15, 2021. Banking services across India were hit Monday in the wake of a countrywide two-day strike against the proposed privatization of two public sector banks and retrograde banking reforms, officials said. According to United Forum of Bank Union (UFBU), an umbrella body of nine bank unions in India, over a million bank employees and officers participate in the strike. (Photo by Fariha Farooqui/Xinhua)

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