Bank staffer returns `10,000 to client
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Oct 14: A JK Bank cashier at Residency Road branch has set an example of honesty by returning Rs 10,000 to the client who had paid it in access while getting a Money Transfer (MT) prepared.
The incident occurred with Prof MR Sharma of SP College. “The other day I visited the branch for making an MT in the name of one of my friends at Jammu,” he said.
“After filling up the MT slip, I moved to the concerned counter and handed over the amount as per details on MT slip. I was quite ignorant that I have paid an excess amount and was just waiting for the counter slip.” “Meanwhile,” the Zoology professor said, “I observed that the cashier along with other employees in the cabin got involved in checking and re-checking of all the deposits.”
“I was a bit irritated feeling that they have been making a futile exercise all along the time I was standing there. They asked me to wait without telling any reason. After about 15-20 minutes, the cashier and other employees wondered me by telling that I had paid an excess amount of Rs. 10000,” the professor added.
“I got wonder struck at his honesty and wanted to reward him but all of them refused with the plea that it was a part of their duty and there was nothing extra-ordinary.”
Lastupdate on : Fri, 14 Oct 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
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