People’s Bank marks 59th anniversary with series of religious programmes

People's Bank celebrated its 59th Anniversary on 1st July and in order to commemorate the occasion, the Bank's Buddhist Association, Hindu Association, Muslim Majlis and Christians Guild held a series of religious programs at the People’s Bank Head Office.

The meritorious event organized by the People’s Bank Buddhist Association was held on 3rd and 4th July at the People's Bank Head Office. As part of this, an all-night ‘Pirith’ sermon and reciting of the 'Rathana Suthraya' was carried out on 3rd July while on the next day the offering of ‘Heel Danaya’ to the monks took place. Along with this, religious activities organised by the Hindu Association, Muslim Majlis and Christians Guild took place on 6th July on the 3rd floor of the Head Office premises.

The religious ceremonies were organised to invoke blessings on the nation, people, customers, pioneering leaders who established People’s Bank, former and present staff members, as well as to protect the people of the country and the world, including healthcare workers, tri forces and the Police from the COVID-19 pandemic. The People’s Bank Chairman Sujeewa Rajapakse, Chief Executive Officer / General Manager Ranjith Kodituwakku, current bank staff and some of the Bank’s retired staff members took part in the activities.