He is a poor farmer in Singari village in Muzaffarpur district, Bihar. While he goes all odds to meet the ends every month, his pension account on Saturday is credited with over Rs 52 crore which left everybody in shock.
Into details, Ram Bahadur Shah, an elderly farmer has received Rs 52 crore in his bank account. The incident hit to limelight with the farmer going to the Customer Service Point (CSP) of his bank to check the account balance to see whether the pension money has been credited or not. The farmer was left in shock with the official informing that he has over Rs 52 crore in his account.
“We are poor villagers dependent on farming. We urge the state government to give me some amount so that the rest of my life becomes easy and smooth,” urged the farmer. “The bank should give the interest to my father from the day the money was credited in the account. It is not our fault. It is the fault of the bank,” demanded the farmer’s son.
This is not the first case in Bihar. In fact, two school students of Class 6 of Katihar became millionaires on Thursday. Katihar DM Udayan Mishra however claimed that it was a technical error. In yet another incident, a man in the state’s Khagaria received over Rs 5 lakh in his account and he refused to return the money to the bank.