Remittance service been provided even in the prohibition order

Remittance companies will also be open in the Kathmandu Valley. The service will be maintained as remittances will continue to be traded even during the injunction.

Executive Director of Nepal Rastra Bank Bam Bahadur Mishra informed that the companies have been asked to keep the service information as there is a problem in running the household affairs due to non-payment of remittances sent by Nepalis working abroad.

NRB issued a circular to the remittance companies on Friday asking them to maintain the service by following all the security measures. However, it has been mentioned in the circular that the service should be provided keeping the employees to a minimum.

The branch offices of the bank have also been opened in Kathmandu Valley. The Bankers' Association said on Thursday that the bank employees who were walking to the office were stopped by the police on the way. All the banks have started providing services on Friday after the Home Ministry facilitated them.

But not all branch offices are open. The Bankers' Association has informed that the service flow has been started by opening only limited branches. According to the Bankers' Association, there are only four branch offices in the Kathmandu Valley, including the head office.

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