J&K Grameen Bank launches health insurance campaign

J&K Grameen Bank launches health insurance campaign
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SRINAGAR: Financial Inclusion and Insurance Department of J&K Grameen Bank launched a special health insurance campaign upto the month of October 2018 throughout out the bank across the state. The said campaign is conducted in association with the insurance partner Religare Health Insurance. The initiative is taken to capitalise the dynamism of health insurance and widespread its awareness to the rural clientele.
During the event, Chairman J&K Grameen Bank, Janak Raj Angural was felicitated by the management of Religare followed by the formal launch of the campaign. He congratulated the team of Religare and appealed them to ensure the availability of their products to each and every branch of the bank at reasonable premium “such that the customers from the lower and rural strata of the society can also afford them”, an official handout read.
He further expressed his zero tolerance towards any kind of ‘mis-selling’ to the clients.
General Manager, J&K Grameen Bank, Romesh Vaid sensitised the regional managers to extensively involve their branches to reap the dual benefits of societal upliftment and finances from this initiative.
Director Religare, Atul Sabharwal thanked the management for choosing Religare as their insurance partner and for giving the opportunity to avail their cost effective products at discounted premium to the rural populace. He further added that the best performing branch managers and regional managers along with their families will be felicitated and awarded suitably by Religare, reada the handout.
Business Head Religare, Sushil Aggarwal informed that the health insurance will be availed to the whole family of the customer at a very nominal annual premium of even rupees one thousand only. He also assured the 100% timely claim settlement.
Head of Insurance Department, JKGB, Vipan Gupta assured the management that the stipulated targets would be achieved by the bank well in time without any ill practice, it added.