DHAKA: Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd, a private bank of the country, has moved away from its decision to increase the amount of minimum deposit for the clients of current and savings account.
The authorities concerned of the private bank was forced to retreat from the newly set least deposit fee Tk 2000 for the savings and Tk 5000 for the current account holders respectively following unremitting campaign of banglanews.
Managing director of the bank KS Tabrez confirmed the matter to banglanews.
He said notice in this regard already has been dispatched to all branches of the bank and it would be effective from Thursday.
On June 14, the bank took the decision of increasing the minimum deposit fee.
Taking the matter into cognizance as unfair for the 23.5 lakh clients, banglanews started to publish series reports in this regard and the clients expressed their resentment to banglanews as well.
Eventually, the bank withdrew its decision due to banglanews reports, said some officials of the bank informed to banglanews wishing anonymity.
The DBBL clients are started to convey their gratitude to banglanews and also thanked the DBBL authority via banglanews for changing their mind.
Some employees of the bank also uttered their satisfaction to banglanews in this regard.
BDST: 2020 HRS, JUN 21, 2012
Kaiser Ahmed, Newsroom Editor
M. Mahbub Alam, Asst Output Editor
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