After finding nearly Rs 100 crore in her Jan-Dhan account in a Meerut branch of a state-run bank, a woman on Monday approached the PMO’s intervention after the bank officials did not attend to her complaint and kept asking her to come some other time.
In the complaint, Sheetal Yadav said she maintained a Jan-Dhan account in Sharda road branch of the State Bank of India (SBI). On December 18, she went to draw money from an ICICI bank ATM and was shocked to see that her account balance was Rs 99,99,99,394, The Hindu reported.
“We have posted a mail on December 26 to the PMO to help us in solving our problem from where about Rs 100 crore came into the account where the maximum limit of deposit is restricted to Rs 50,000 only,” Sheetal Yadav’s husband told media.
She continued to visit the bank for two days but the staff did not attend her and asked her to come after a day when the branch manager would assist her to clarify the matter.
Sheetal Yadav works in the packaging department of a factory and earns Rs 5,000 per month.