Bank Holidays June 2023: You can also do your work through Net Banking, ATM, digital payment. You can also use credit and debit cards easily. You can transfer the same money from one account to another through net banking or mobile banking.
June Bank Holidays 2023: There is important news for all bank users. If there is any work related to the bank, then complete it as soon as possible, because banks will remain closed for a total of 12 days in June. According to the list of holidays of the Reserve Bank of India, there will be a total of 12 days holidays in banks in June including Saturday and Sunday, some of these holidays will be applicable to banks across the country and some to state and region specific ones. Due to continuous bank closure, all banking related work including your check book pass book may be affected, however online services will continue.
Online services will continue
Online services Google Pay, Phone Pay, Paytm, Internet Banking (Online Transfer) services will continue, but the work of checkbook-passbook may be affected. Money can also be transferred through UPI, while you can use ATM for cash withdrawal. Apart from this, you can also do your work through Net Banking, ATM, digital payment. You can also use credit and debit cards easily. You can transfer the same money from one account to another through net banking or mobile banking.
Banks will remain closed for so many days in June 2023
June 4 – Sunday, there will be a holiday in the banks of the whole country.
June 10 – It is the second Saturday of the month, there will be a holiday in banks
June 11- Sunday will be a holiday.
June 15 – Raj Sankranti, banks will remain closed in Mizoram and Odisha.
June 18-Sunday will be holiday.
June 20 – Rath Yatra, banks in Odisha and Manipur will remain closed.
June 24 – Due to being the last and fourth Saturday of June, banks across the country will remain closed.
June 25- Sunday will be a holiday.
June 26- Kharchi Puja, banks will remain closed only in Tripura.
June 28- Banks will remain closed in Maharashtra, Jammu Kashmir and Kerala due to Eid ul Azha.
June 29- Banks across the country will remain closed due to Eid-ul-Azha.
June 30 – Banks in Mizoram and Odisha will remain closed on account of Eid al-Adha holiday.