“A success story of harmony and social justice is visible in Ambedkar International Centre where employees and officers of Punjab National Bank (PNB) are standing to serve and disburse loans to the residents of Delhi slums and JJ Cluster who are seated,” This observation was made by Delhi Prant Sah-sanghchalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Shri Alok Kumar. In a function to distribute loans, organised in New Delhi on May 17, under the aegis of Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY), he also stated that though adult franchise facilitates political equality, but political equality cannot bring forth harmony. The whole country has to come together to build up social harmony which must include economic and educational equality and bestow dignity upon human beings. It was added by him that PMMY envisages a future where we have job producers more in number than job seekers. This would lead the realisation of the dreams of Gandhi and Ambedkar.
Shri Mahesh Babu Gupta, Director, PNB highlighted that no county can develop without the crucial role of the banks. The deposits of any bank belong to the people, and not to the Government. Since Governments are the largest share holder in the banking institution, people mistake that banks belong to the Government alone. Clearing the air over the recent banking scams, he asked people to believe that no deposit safely placed in a bank could get wasted in the country. No bank can fail, till the Government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) remain as the backbone.