Fact CheckAlt News found that Bank of Baroda issued a statement on February 26 after this picture had gone viral. Here, the spokesperson of the bank explained that Bank of Baroda had taken a business decision to close its Al Ain branch in the UAE a year ago, and had obtained approval from the Central Bank of UAE for the same. A notice dated January 20, 2023 by the Al Ain branch stated that it would shut down with effect from March 22. To ensure smooth continuity of services, all accounts currently maintained at the Al Ain branch would be transferred to Bank of Baroda's Abu Dhabi branch, also located in the UAE. Customers wishing to close their account could do so before March 22 without any fee or penalty. The customers queuing up outside were visiting the Al Ain branch to give necessary consent/further instructions in respect of their account/s at the branch. The Bank added that it was committed to continuing uninterrupted services to its customers, and urged them not to believe the misleading claims and false information being circulated on social media. https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Overall, the business decision to close the Bank of Baroda sponsored Al Ain branch in the UAE was falsely shared by several social media users by linking it to the recent statement made by Bank of Baroda CEO regarding the Adani Group.