On May 30, Deganga Cyber Cell has also sent summons to Nasirullah for questioning.
Naseerullah said he lost sleep after getting the call from the police as he did not know what crime he had committed
A daily wage laborer from West Bengal temporarily became a millionaire when Rs 100 crore was deposited in his bank account overnight. Mohammad Nasirullah Mandal of Deganga village in Murshidabad district of West Bengal woke up to a reality he had never imagined. He had just Rs 17 in his Punjab National Bank account, now he had Rs 100 crore in his account. He was not aware of the huge amount deposited in his account until the cyber cell department sent him a notice. He had also received a call from the police in this regard.
Nasirullah said that he lost sleep after getting a call from the police as he did not know what crime he had committed. He checked his account balance on Google Pay and found that the police and cyber cell were correct. He had an additional Rs 100 crore in his account, he didn’t know where it came from. On May 30, Deganga Cyber Cell has also sent summons to Nasirullah for questioning Rs 100 crore.
Naseerullah, 26, is the sole breadwinner in his family consisting of his parents, wife, two children and himself. Mandal has told local media that he does not know where the money came from and is scared of being arrested and beaten up by the police, and his family members are crying. He said that he does not want the money and whoever sent it can take it back.
Mandal also went to the local branch of PNB with his passbook and learned that the bank had suspended his savings account. However, the bank officials told him that he had only Rs 17 in his account at the time of suspension. However, on checking the balance through the UPI app, the account showed a balance of Rs 100 crore. At present, Mandal is worried about the questioning he will have to face on May 30.