Take the money, said the day laborer who got 100 crores

Daily laborer Nasirullah has never seen one lakh rupees in his life. 100 crore rupees deposited in his bank account! The day laborer and his family members were shocked after receiving the notice from the cyber crime branch of the police. The sensational incident happened with Mohammad Nasirullah (26), a day laborer of Basudebpur village of Deganga police station in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. However, Nasirullah approached the police to return this money. He said, take whose money he has.

A notice was given to Nasirullah from Deganga police station last Thursday. Cyber ​​crime wing of Jangipur police of Murshidabad district sent the notice. It has been said there that a complaint has been lodged against Nasirullah at Raghunathganj police station in Murshidabad. The notice also asked him to meet at Jangipur police station in Murshidabad with his identity card on May 30. Scared to understand the contents of the notice, Nasirullah’s neighbor approached an educated young man. That’s when he came to know about the discrepancy in his state-owned bank account. See, 100 crore rupees deposited in his bank account! That money is in his Google Pay account. While checking the bank balance on his mobile phone, he saw that there was one paisa less than 100 crore rupees in his account.

After that Nasirullah forgot to eat and ran to the bank. The bank manager after checking the account said that he has only Rs.17 in his account. However, the bank manager checked his account again when he asked why his account was showing a balance of 100 crores to get Google. It is seen that his bank account has been locked. Since the police case has been filed, the bank manager said, they can’t do anything.

Nasirullah said, ‘I used to use Google Pay. Now it shows that there is one hundred crore taka (Rs.). That money is not mine. I don’t know anything. My family is crying a lot. Money has been credited to my account by mistake. I could not understand anything, how so much money came. Then I realized that this is why the police sent me a notice. I have to appear at Jangipur police station in Murshidabad by 30th. After hearing that, I went to the lawyer. They couldn’t say anything either. I want the money to be withdrawn from my account immediately. Take the money that belongs to him.’

Read Also:  Ecuador Floods: 7 Dead, 30 Missing

Nasirullah’s grandfather Mohammad Mostakan Ahmed said, ‘The brother also works in other’s sugarcane fields. He cannot afford to deposit Rs.50,000. We want the police of Deganga police station to solve the problem instead of going to Jangipur.’

A notice was given to Nasirullah from Deganga police station last Thursday. Cyber ​​crime wing of Jangipur police of Murshidabad district sent the notice. It has been said there that a complaint has been lodged against Nasirullah at Raghunathganj police station in Murshidabad. The notice also asked him to meet at Jangipur police station in Murshidabad with his identity card on May 30. Scared to understand the contents of the notice, Nasirullah’s neighbor approached an educated young man. That’s when he came to know about the discrepancy in his state-owned bank account. See, 100 crore rupees deposited in his bank account! That money is in his Google Pay account. While checking the bank balance on his mobile phone, he saw that there was one paisa less than 100 crore rupees in his account.

After that Nasirullah forgot to eat and ran to the bank. The bank manager after checking the account said that he has only Rs.17 in his account. However, the bank manager checked his account again when he asked why his account was showing a balance of 100 crores to get Google. It is seen that his bank account has been locked. Since the police case has been filed, the bank manager said, they can’t do anything.

Nasirullah said, ‘I used to use Google Pay. Now it shows that there is one hundred crore taka (Rs.). That money is not mine. I don’t know anything. My family is crying a lot. Money has been credited to my account by mistake. I could not understand anything, how so much money came. Then I realized that this is why the police sent me a notice. I have to appear at Jangipur police station in Murshidabad by 30th. After hearing that, I went to the lawyer. They couldn’t say anything either. I want the money to be withdrawn from my account immediately. Take the money that belongs to him.’

Nasirullah’s grandfather Mohammad Mostakan Ahmed said, ‘The brother also works in other’s sugarcane fields. He cannot afford to deposit Rs.50,000. We want the police of Deganga police station to solve the problem instead of going to Jangipur.’

Recent Articles

Related News

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here