In Assam’s Tinsukia, the rats at State Bank of India ATM eaten a sum of 12 lakh rupees notes.

It is being informed that the case exposed on June 11. At the point when photographs of this incident were posted on social media, which became viral.

As indicated by the data, the officials got a complaint in Tikusia’s SBI ATM machine stopped working. Workers were shocked when the machine was opened.

They saw that the rats have cut ​​the notes of five hundred and two thousand rupees in the machine. A bank official said that ATM of Lapuli territory of ​​Tinsukia was shut because of technical default from May 20.

On receipt of the dissension, representatives of Global Business Solutions (GBS) workers of ATM arrived on eleventh June had came to repair the machine. At that point this occurrence became known.

Affirming the occurrence, the bank official said that the coins of 12 lakh 38 thousand rupees have disappeared. Just 17 lakh worth of notes were saved. GBS had put 20 lakh rupees in the machine on May nineteenth. From the precise following day the ATM stopped working.

A FIR has additionally been enlisted regarding the investigation of the occurrence. A few people have objected questions about the occurrence. They say that on May 20 the ATM was shut and after a month later the workman came to repair the machine.

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