2 boys find upto 900 crore in account, assumes it was given by the government
16th September, 2021
Two boys who have accounts in the Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank were expecting some money they usually get under a government scheme to buy uniform, and other expenses for their school. However, surprisingly, Ashish, who studies in class 6 got 6.2 crore rupees in his back account, whereas Gru Charan Viswas got a huge amount of 900 crore in his account. Resident of the Katihar village rushed to their nearest ATMs to check their account balance as the news spread. They went to a rural internet café with their parents to check whether there were any allowances that got transferred, and that is when they were shocked to see their bank statements.
The Katihar district Magistrate Udayan Misra said that he had received information about the transfer of a huge amount of money into the boys’ account. In recent times, this is apparently the second incident in Bihar. A man from Patna was not retuning Rs. 5 lakh that was credited and was sent to jail. He refused the money claiming it was given to him prime minister Narendra Modi.
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