A tea-seller in Kurukshetra, who was struggling to make ends meet amid the COVID-19 pandemic, approached a bank to avail a loan. His application for a loan was however, rejected by the bank.
The man, identified as Rajkumar, was shocked when he was informed that he is already a loan defaulter and owes Rs 50 crore to the bank.
The man who only source of income is selling tea, now owes Rs 50 crore to the bank. However, he claims that he never took any loan.
"I had applied for a loan as my financial situation is dire due to Covid-19 pandemic. Bank rejected it saying I already have debt of Rs 50 crore, don't know how it is possible," the tea seller said.
Rajkumar sells tea at roadside. His business was affected due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and he decided to start a new venture to tackle the crisis, for which he needed a loan.
After Rajkumar approached the bank and showed his Aadhaar card and other documents, he was informed that he has already taken a loan of 50 crore.
"I cannot understand that when I have not taken any loan, then who was given this loan in my name and when," he asked.
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