Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Unveils 'AMA Bank' to Bridge Financial Inclusion Gap in Rural Odisha

Bhubaneswar: In a significant move towards bolstering financial inclusion in rural areas, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik inaugurated the 'AMA Bank' facility on Tuesday. This initiative aims to provide banking services in gram panchayats where traditional banks lack a physical presence. The 'AMA Bank' initiative is poised to address the longstanding challenge of limited banking access in remote regions of the state. With a focus on gram panchayats that currently lack brick-and-mortar bank branches, this innovative approach is set to empower local communities economically. Chief Minister Patnaik expressed optimism about the impact of 'AMA Bank,' stating that it aligns with the government's commitment to ensuring financial services reach every corner of the state. The initiative leverages technology to overcome geographical barriers, bringing essential banking services closer to the doorstep of rural residents. The move is expected to facilitate easier access to

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