Rs 900 crore credited in bank accounts of 2 children in Bihar’s Katihar
BIHAR: An amount of Rs 900 crore got credited to the bank account of two children n Bihar’s Katihar district.
The incident took place at Mane Katihar’s bank leaving the bank officials puzzled as they themselves were not sure where did that money come from.
The incident left the whole village surprised and many eager to check their respective accounts to witness anything similar.
The boys had visited the local Centralised Processing Centre (CPC) of the State Bank of India (SBI) to find out about the amount deposited by the state government for their school uniforms but received shocking but mindblowing information of getting this much money credited to their account.
The amount credited in the accounts of the Guruchandra Vishwas and Asit Kumar is more than ₹900 crore.
Both the children are said to be residents of Pastia village that comes under Azamnagar Police station. More than Rs 60 crore is deposited in the account of student Guruchandra Vishwas – 1008151030208081.
Whereas an amount of more than 900 crores is deposited in Asit Kumar’s account – 1008151030208001. Both the account is of Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank Bhelaganj branch.
In the latest developments, Bank Manager Manoj Gupta said that the payment has been stopped from the account of both children and the matter is under investigation.
Udayan Mishra, the district magistrate of Katihar also confirmed that the children have received hefty amount.
“Big amounts were credited in the accounts of two children. The amount can be seen in the mini statements. The senior officials of the bank are being informed,” Mishra said.
“As soon as we learnt about the money being credited in the accounts of two children, we have put the accounts on freeze and stopped withdrawal. When inquired with the parents of the children, they were also unable to reveal the source of the fund. Now, we are investigating the matter to find out who is the sender,” said M.K. Madhukar, the LDM of Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank.