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Bank Holidays: Banks will remain closed for so many days between 14th to 26th February, complete banking related work immediately.

Bank users can transfer money through UPI, while you can use ATM for cash withdrawal. You can also do your work through Net Banking, ATM, digital payment.

Bank Holiday in February 2024: There is important news for all bank account holders. If you have any bank related work then get it done immediately because banks are going to remain closed for many days between 14th February and 26th February. Apart from many festival holidays occurring in different states, it also includes Saturday and Sunday holidays. Although online services will continue, due to bank closure many works including check book and pass book may be affected.

Bank Holiday in February 2024

  • 14 February 2024- Banks closed in Tripura, Orissa and West Bengal due to Basant Panchami or Saraswati Puja.
  • 15 February 2024- Banks closed in Manipur due to Lui-Ngai-Ni.
  • 18 February 2024- Sunday, banks closed across the country.
  • 19 February 2024- Banks closed in Maharashtra due to Chhatrapati Shivaji Jayanti.
  • 20 February 2024- Banks closed in Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh due to State Day.
  • 24 February 2024- Banks closed due to second Saturday.
  • 25 February 2024- Sunday, banks closed across the country.
  • 26 February 2024- Bank in Arunachal Pradesh due to Nyokum.

You can take help of online services when banks are closed

  • Customers can use online services during bank holidays, because bank holidays have no effect on digital services like UPI, Mobile Banking, Internet Banking.
  • Money can also be transferred through UPI, while you can use ATM for cash withdrawal.
  • You can also do your work through Net Banking, ATM, digital payment.
  • You can also use credit and debit cards easily. You can transfer money from one account to another through net banking or mobile banking.
  • Let us tell you that RBI divides bank holidays into three categories, which include Holiday under Negotiable Instruments Act, Holiday under Negotiable Instruments Act and Real Time Gross Settlement Holiday and Bank Closing of Accounts.
Shyamu Maurya
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