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Global Statistics

All countries
243,443,217
Confirmed
Updated on 22/10/2021 2:22 pm
All countries
218,872,681
Recovered
Updated on 22/10/2021 2:22 pm
All countries
4,948,431
Deaths
Updated on 22/10/2021 2:22 pm

A Bihar farmer waiting for a pension gets Rs 52 million in his bank account

This is the third incident of this type of erroneous money transfer in Bihar in a week.

In another wrong money transfer incident, a farmer in Bihar’s Katihar was surprised to see a 52 million rupee credit to his bank account where he used to receive pension money. Ram Bahadur Shah, who went to his bank’s Customer Service Point (CSP) to check the account balance to see if the pension money had been credited or not, was informed by the official that he is over 52 million rupees on your account.

He was surprised to see such a large amount in his account and even wondered where the money was coming from. He also urged the government to leave part of this amount in his account so that his family can spend the rest of their lives comfortably, India Today reported.

Later, the matter was also brought to the attention of the local police. Deputy Inspector Manoj Pander from Katra Police Station said the police have informed local authorities and will investigate the matter. He said the police will also question the bank official in question.

In particular, this is the third such incident in a week in Bihar. In the first incident, a man in the state’s Khagaria received more than Rs 5 lakh in his account and refused to return the money to the bank. He was arrested after an FIR by the bank and revealed to the police that he spent all that money. thinking that it was sent to him by Prime Minister Modi as promised the first installment of Rs 15 lakh.

In the second incident, two schoolchildren in Katihar district received more than 960 million rupees combined in their accounts. While one child had more than Rs 60 million in his account, another had more than Rs 900 million. Subsequently, the bank had seized the payment of his accounts. The district magistrate had reported that while the money was reflected in his account, it was not actually present there and was visible due to a technical glitch.

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