Angry over loan delay, municipal official in Madhya Pradesh throws trash in banks

Getting the loan from the bank is a very tiring and tedious task that requires a lot of documentation and several trips to the branch. Most often it takes a long time.

It also takes a lot of patience to complete the process, especially if there is a delay, but a man from Madhya Pradesh completely missed it. After becoming angry at the bank’s delay in disbursing loans to street vendors under a government program, the city manager of a municipality ordered the trash clearing outside the buildings. city ​​banks, according to a report in Times of India.


The incident took place in the town of Begumganj in the Raisen district, about 80 km from the district headquarters.

On Monday, as soon as the banks opened, sanitation workers who had gathered outside entered the offices to throw away the garbage. In a few banks where they could not enter, they threw garbage at the doors of public and private sector banks.

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“For a loan of Rs 10,000, street vendors are forced to shop around the banks. We had a target of 1,800 beneficiaries for loan distribution under Prime Minister Swayam Nidhi Yojana. So far, barely 30% of the target has been achieved, “Begumganj Municipality Director Dheeraj Sharma told TOI.

“In the past, we wrote to banks, but to no avail. We are under pressure from seniors for the disbursement of loans and we have therefore resorted to this measure. The garbage was removed as soon as the bank officials ensured the swift disbursement of the loans, “he added.

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It was reported that the garbage was indeed removed after insurance from the banks. But the city official warned the banks that further action would be taken if they broke their word.

Meanwhile, bank officials claim to have disbursed loans in accordance with requests received. Requests received late are being processed.

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