Mysore, Apr 11 (UNI) A ten-member delegation of Polish Cooperators today visited the city banks as part of a study tour on Cooperative movement in the country.
The team, led by Poland National Union Cooperative Banks Chairman Eugenifuz Laszkiewicz and General Secretary Eva Ochocka, visited various cooperative banks in the city.
This is the sixth delegation to visit India in 78 years as part of the agreement between the Indian and Polish Governments. Before arriving here, the team had visited New Delhi, Agra, Tamil Nadu and Bangalore.
National Institute for Rural Banking Chairman B S Viswanath, who accompanied the delegation, told newspersons here that the three-member panel of cooperatives would place 30 demands before the Government, including banning reservation and nomination of members in the cooperative sector, and providing flexibility to rigid policies.
Stating that departmental audit process was not transparent, he said it should be done by outsiders.
UNI BSP GD HVB1800