A 73-year-old woman whose daughter was an account holder in Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative Bank (PMC) died due to a heart attack in Maharashtra’s Solapur.
The woman named Bharti Sadarangani was under tremendous stress because her daughter’s family savings of around Rs 2.25 crore were stuck in the PMC bank
Speaking to India Today, Bharti’s son in law Chandan said, “For the last two months she would call us every day and check about the status. We kept telling her that money is safe and we will get back the money. But she was in a lot of stress. My wife kept assuring her on the phone. But suddenly she collapsed due to a heath attack and died. I am right now in Solapur for her last rites. She was absolutely fine before this.”
The family runs an import business and it was their hard-earned money which was deposited in the bank.
Chandan added, “I stay in Mulund in Mumbai. The bank is situated just opposite to my home and it was very easy for me to access it. The service was also good and suddenly this happens.”
The family is in a complete state of shock after the incident.
Source By Indiatoday