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HDFC Bank launches credit card for armed forces

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HDFC Bank launches credit card for armed forces

new Delhi. HDFC Bank on Friday launched 'Shaurya KGC Card' for the soldiers working in the army. With this card issued on the eve of Independence Day, the soldiers and their families will be given financial assistance to buy essential commodities like seeds, fertilizers for agricultural work. Families of military personnel will be able to purchase items such as farm machinery, equipment for irrigation from this fund. This was said in a statement issued by the bank.

'Shaurya KGC Card' has been launched on the basis of Kisan Credit Card Guidelines. Life insurance up to Rs 10 lakh will also be available on the basis of this card. According to the bank, there is no need to go to the bank branch to get the card, this card will be issued by a very easy process.

HDFC's managing director Aditya Puri said, "It is a matter of pride for us that we are launching this card for the families of people working in the military forces. I myself am a member of the family associated with the Air Force. Our military People of the force make a big sacrifice for the country. "

He said, "I think my career is now complete when we are able to do something for the families of our military forces. Like the farmers, now we can launch a good product for the families of the soldiers of the military forces. Independence Day But this is a gift from our side. "

This post was published on August 14, 2020 5:44 pm

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