According to RBI’s holiday list, there are festivals like Hazrat Ali Jayanti, Guru Rabidas Jayanti, Lui-Ngai-Ni, Maha Shivratri in upcoming February. Saturday and Sunday holidays are added to these festivals. As a result, there are 10 days of holidays in all in the bank’s holiday list. This list also includes national and regional holidays. However, there were a total of 15 days of bank holidays in the month of January.
Now let’s see which days in February are bank holidays in which states?
|the date||reason for leave||times||Holiday in any state|
|5 February||Hazrat Ali Jayanthi||sunday||Banks are closed across the country|
|11 February||weekend||saturday||Banks are closed across the country|
|12 February||weekend||sunday||Banks are closed across the country|
|15 February||Lui-ngai-ni||on wednesday||Manipur|
|18 February||Maha Shivratri||saturday||Calcutta|
|19 February||Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti||sunday||Banks are closed across the country|
|20 February||State Day||Friday||Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram|
|25 February||weekend||Fourth Saturday||Banks are closed across the country|
|26 February||weekend||sunday||Banks are closed across the country|
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However, even if the bank is closed, experts say that there may not be any special difficulties for the customers. Because in this case banks will be closed only in certain states on certain days. However, ATMs and online services will continue to operate on those holidays as well. As a result, customers will not face any difficulty in depositing or withdrawing money. It can be stuck on holidays only if there is bank related work.