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A common man exerts to win case against SBI!

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Published on June 26, 2015 with No Comments

What do you do if some amount goes missing from your bank account? A tea vendor in Bhopal went to the extent of fighting a case against the Stat Bank of India for Rs 9200 that went missing from its bank.
Rajesh Sakre, the tea vendor in Bhopal, challenged the government-run State Bank of India back in 2011.
The case began after Sakre realized that a sum of Rs. 9,200 was missing from his bank account.

He had Rs. 20,000 in his account, from which he withdrew a sum of Rs. 10,800. However, on his next ATM visit he realized his account had been wiped clean.
This prompted Sakre to get in touch with the Bank’s branch but the officers blamed him for the mess. He also complained to the bank’s Mumbai headquarters, but in vain.
Finally, he decided to file a case with the District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum and fought the case for nearly 4 years before his hard work paid back.
On June 16 this year, the case was ruled in his favour and State Bank of India returned Rs. 9,200 along with 6% interest within two months.
The Bank also coughed up Rs. 10,000 + Rs 2000 for the mental anguish they caused to Sakre.


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