A man from Moradabad deposited Rs 1.5 lakh in lower denominations to help people : The whole India is suffering from the crisis of the notes after the surprise demonetization of the Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes. The numbers of the people in every corner of the India are taking out heir precious time to be in the cue outside the banks or ATM’s to withdraw the cash for their daily needs.Although, despite this people are finding it hard to get the amount from the bank as the bank itself lacks the notes. The banks requested the common people to deposit the most of the lower currency of India -notes of Rs. 10, 50 and 100.
Well, a Moradabad based trader has listened to the request of the bank, and he deposited the Rs. 1.5 lakh in lower denominations of Rs. 100 and 50 and 10 respectively in the bank.
The man’s name is Avdhesh Kumar Gupta who came in front to help the needy person. When asked why he decided to deposit such significant amount especially in lower denominations of Rs. 100 and 50 and 10, the UP based man said ” I deposited my money after watching the despair looks on the faces of the people outside the bank and ATMs, especially on the faces of the old people. After that i could not stop myself from taking this step.”
Meanwhile, the branch manager of the State Bank of India (SBI), Buddhi Bihar, appreciated the work of the Avdhesh Kumar Gupta and thanked him for helping the bank in the time of the crisis.
Well, Avdesh has set an example for the whole country and even, we all should go out and help the bank and the people in the time of the crisis of the notes in India.