Banks will remain closed for two days this week starting from 29th March, on account of holidays due to Mahaveer Jayanti followed by a holiday on Good Friday. Banks will, however, work on Saturday, which is the last day of the financial year. Also Read - Reviving Economy: Will RBI Announce Another Rate Cut Soon? Check Details Here

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Thomas Franco Rajendra Dev, General Secretary of the All India Bank Officers Confederation told IANS that the banks in the country would be working on a Saturday.  “The banks will work on March 31 (Saturday) and there is no continuous holidays as per messages in the social media,” he said. Also Read - Indian Economy Exhibited Stronger Than Expected Pick up in Momentum of Recovery: RBI

Many bankers, however, confirmed that they are waiting for an announcement to be made whether banks would work on Saturday, till then it is presumed that they would work on Saturday.