Daily Wage Laborer: The daily wage laborers who went to withdraw 100 rupees got 2700 crores in the account

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Daily Wage Laborer: The daily wage laborers who went to withdraw 100 rupees got 2700 crores in the account
Daily Wage Laborer: The daily wage laborers who went to withdraw 100 rupees got 2700 crores in the account

45-year-old Bihari Lal, who earns 600 to 800 rupees a day at a brick kiln in Rajasthan, was surprised to see such a huge amount in his account.


A daily wage laborer from Uttar Pradesh became a billionaire overnight. Suddenly Rs 2,700 crore (Rs 27 billion) came in the bank account of the forced. Yes, you read that right. When the laborer went to withdraw money from his account for his minor needs, he came to know that such a huge amount has come in his account, knowing that he was surprised. Not only this, at first he came back home out of fear. This news spread in the direction of fire in the forest within a short time, after which there was a stir in the whole area.

According to a Times of India report, the laborer named Bihari Lal was in his native village in Uttar Pradesh’s Kannauj district, as the brick-kiln unit was closed due to the monsoon season. Bihari Lal withdrew Rs 100 from his Jan Dhan account of Bank of India from a Jan Seva Kendra in his village. Minutes later, she received an SMS showing her account balance of Rs 2,700 crore.

45-year-old Bihari Lal, who earns Rs 600 to 800 a day at a brick kiln in Rajasthan, was surprised to see such a huge amount in his account. He asked the bank employee to cross check, on which he was told that Rs 27,07,85,13,894 had been deposited in his account. Even after this, when the laborer did not believe, he was removed from the bank statement. Only after that he could not believe that 27 billion rupees were lying in his account.

However, the worker’s happiness lasted only a few hours, because when he reached the bank again to check his account, he was told that the balance amount was only Rs 126. Later, the bank’s principal district manager Abhishek Sinha told reporters that the account was checked and there was only Rs 126 in it. He said it could clearly be a banking mistake. Bihari Lal’s account has been frozen for some time and the matter has been brought to the notice of the senior officials of the bank.