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690922 - Letter to The Punjab National Bank written from Tittenhurst, UK

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Letter to The Punjab National Bank


7, Bury Place
London, ENGLAND


September 22nd, 69


The Punjab National Bank Ltd.
Vrindaban, Mathura U.P.
INDIA
ATT: Manager


Dear Sir,

Replying your letter dated the 6th September, 1969, I beg to advise you not to advance Ram Nath Murtiwala anything. I have not yet settled up with any other supplier. Therefore, the money which I have sent may be credited in my account. We are negotiating with some Bombay firm for supplies of musical instruments. Is it possible to open an account in your Bombay branch by transferring part of my credit balance there? I do not know what is the procedure, but I find it necessary to keep some money in your Bombay branch. I shall be glad if you will enlighten me in this connection.


Sincerely,

[unsigned]

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami

ACBS/pdb