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A Bank Mistakenly Puts Rs 98 Billion in a Taxi Driver's Account

A taxi driver from Punjab State of India, Mr Balwinder Singh's Jan Dhan account was mistakenly credited with almost Rs 98 billion by the State Bank of Patiala earlier this month, reported Hindustan Times.

It is reported that Mr Balwinder Singh's account was credited with Rs 98,05,95,12,231 on November 4 by mistake while passing a credit entry of Rs 200, as a banker wrongly inserted the bank’s 11-digit internal general ledger account number in the amount column. 

However, the amount was debited from Singh’s account on November 5. 

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