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Haflong Rose Valley reopens

  • Haflong Rose Valley reopens
    Haflong Rose Valley reopens

To facilitate the subscribers of Rose Valley, a popular financial institution in Dima Hasao,  the Haflong  branch office was reopened following a court order on Tuesday, disclosed R P Chakraborty, General Manager, Rose Valley in a press meet held at Rose Valley Branch Office, Haflong.

Haflong Branch Office was closed for last three months following an order from the District Administration.

The press was attended by S. Pukayastha, R. Nath and Rina Sinha from the company.

Seeking the cooperation from all section of people of Dima Hasao Chakraborty said the Rose Valley is having 1036 branches throughout the country and marching ahead with specific planning and its proper implementation. The Rose Valley has taken up several projects in Barak Valley and also thinking for taking up projects like tourist lodge or resorts in Dima Hasao also. He also said Rose Valley is committed for welfare of the subscribers as well as others. He appealed to the people not to get misled about the Rose Valley and assured that the Rose Valley would never do any wrong because it is guided by very good people.

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