Govt-run BoAJK's remittances jumps to record high of Rs. 6.76 b.

MIRPUR (AJK) -- The public-sector Bank of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (BoAJK) has crossed another milestone in home remittances while continuing to make significant progress towards development.

This was disclosed in a high-level review meeting held in the State capital town late Wednesday.

The meeting was told that the financial institution of the state was achieving business goals under the patronage of the government coupled with the support of customers.

It was told in the meeting that remittances increased to a record high of R. 6.76 billion due to the strong trust of the customers around the world and the effective strategy of the organization. Respected users have done more than 66 thousand transactions during this time.

Addressing the meeting, Chief Executive Officer Khawar Saeed said that special desks have been established in the bank's branches for prompt and timely payment of funds.

After Ria (RIA) and Money Gram (Money Gram), remittances are increasing after the agreement with Western...

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