The locker holders of the Reru branch of the Punjab and Sind Bank, where 38 lockers had been broken open by miscreants on January 19, met the bank's district general manager and requested for compensation at the earliest.
A protestor Jagjit Singh Kamboj said that in the last meeting, the bank authorities had assured that they would raise the issue of compensation due in a meeting of the board of directors on June 14, but no decision had been taken yet.
"We met them to ask about the outcome and get a copy of the agenda of that meeting, but they failed to provide them", said Kamboj.
Another protestor Rupinderjit Singh Randhwa said that bank authorities have assured that they would provide a copy of the agenda on June 21, but failed to give any assurance about the compensation.
He also said that they had given affidavits regarding the jewellery and other assets lost during the robbery six months ago as asked by the bank authorities, but no action was taken yet.
More than 20 locker holders also protested for more than two hours outside the bank's zonal office in Model Town.