Termites Ate Woman’s Savings: Notes Worth 2 Lakh Rupees Eaten by in Udaipur Bank Locker

Udaipur, India – A shocking case has come to light from the Punjab National Bank branch in the Kalaji Goraji area of the city, where termites have consumed the savings of a local woman kept in the bank’s locker.

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Sunita Mehta, the owner of locker number 265, was shocked to find her hard-earned money had been eaten by termites when she went to withdraw the funds. According to reports, 2 lakh rupees were kept in a cloth bag, while an additional 15k were kept outside the bag.

The bank management was informed about the situation by Mehta, who found termites in the notes of two lakh rupees kept in the cloth bag. Although the bank manager changed the spoiled 15,000 rupees, the notes worth two lakh rupees in the bag were already severely damaged.

This case has raised concerns among bank customers and highlights the need for proper storage and maintenance of bank lockers to protect the savings of the people. The incident has left Mehta in a state of disbelief, and she is now seeking compensation from the bank for the loss of her savings.

The bank management is currently investigating the incident and has assured customers that proper measures will be taken to prevent such incidents in the future. In the meantime, customers are advised to regularly check their bank lockers and keep their savings in a secure place.

In conclusion, this unfortunate incident serves as a reminder of the importance of taking necessary precautions when storing valuable items in bank lockers. It is crucial for banks to ensure the safety and security of their customers’ savings to maintain their trust and confidence in the banking system.

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