UP News: A strange case has come to light from Moradabad. Where it became very difficult for a woman to keep money in a bank locker.
Termites infesting millions of rupees
In Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, a woman found it difficult to keep her money in a bank locker. The woman says that she had deposited about Rs 18 lakh in the bank locker which was for her daughter’s marriage. But all the money in the bank locker was destroyed by termites.
After this allegation of the woman, there was panic among the bank staff. Everyone was shocked and no one could understand how termites got into the locker. But the bank officials shirked their responsibility citing rules and agreement to the woman and did not take any responsibility for the termite affected money. The bank told the woman that as per bank rules, cash is not kept in the locker.
Had deposited money for daughter’s marriage
Let us tell you that the name of the woman who had a locker in Moradabad Bank is Alka Pathak. He claimed that he had deposited all this money in the locker for his daughter’s marriage. The termite infestation came to light when she went to the bank for KYC on Monday. When Alka went to the bank and opened her locker, instead of the notes in the locker, she saw pieces of paper stuck to termites, seeing which the woman was shocked. After seeing the pieces infested with termites, the woman immediately informed the bank staff. He complained to the bank manager and demanded reimbursement of his amount. The bank officials were also stunned after seeing the entire incident.
Alka says that she has a small business. She also gives tuition to children. All the savings were kept in the locker. All the cash, jewelery etc. from the first daughter’s wedding was kept there. Now he had to be taken out for the marriage of his second daughter but before that this incident happened.
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