Bina Mirchandani, who is bed-ridden after fracturing her leg, has been asked to come to the bank to sign forms if she wants to withdraw Rs 50,000 for medical emergency. Almost two months have passed since the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) put curbs on withdrawals at Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank, and the plight of customers seems to be worsening each day. Bina Mirchandani, 68, has been bed-ridden ever since she fell in her Bandra home on November 6 and fractured her leg. Despite having Rs 30 lakh in her PMC Bank savings account, she has had to borrow money from relatives for treatment and post-operative care. While the RBI has set an enhanced limit of Rs 50,000 for medical emergencies, bank officials have asked her to visit the bank to sign on some papers to claim the amount, which she cannot do as she has been bed-ridden since the incident. “Bank officials asked me to come to the branch and sign the form. I cannot move. I told them to come and see my condition and take the form from here,” she says. The bank officials have also informed her that if she applies for the money… Read full this story
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