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Sunday, March 17, 2013
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Rawalpindi: Regional office of National Bank of Pakistan, Rawalpindi, arranged a graceful ceremony for inauguration of its new branch at Union Council Contrilla, Gujar Khan, which was graced by Raja Javed Ashraf brother of Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf.

 

In his address, PPP leader, Javed Ashraf extended his gratitude to the bank management for opening its branch at the shortest possible time.

 

Khalid Mehmood, executive vice president as well as group chief operations, head office, Karachi, while speaking on this occasion said that NBP with its 1,300 branches is rendering services at far-flung areas of the country. However, this new branch will provide banking services not only to the entire area but especially to old pensioners and salaried persons of union council Contrilla, as well.

 

The function was also attended by Shah Jehan Khan, EVP, Regional Head, Rawalpindi, Shahid Iqbal Qureshi, senior vice president and member of regional management committee and other officials.