PMC Scam: Man breaks down, says brother admitted in hospital

17 Oct 2019 10:51 AM

PMC Scam: Man breaks down, says brother admitted in hospital

Updated 17 Oct 2019 10:51 AM

The protesters carried placards and banners, shouted slogans against the Reserve Bank of India, waved posters reading: "Two Lives Taken, RBI - How many more lives will be gone", one of the participants in the demonstrations. 

Against the backdrop of the deaths of two depositors in the past two days, over 100 agitated depositors of the sanction-hit Punjab & Maharashtra Cooperative Bank Ltd staged a protest demanding justice. 

The protest came after the death of two depositors - 51-year-old Sanjay Gulati on Monday and 61-year-old Fattomal Punjabi - whose entire life savings remain inaccessible after the RBI's sanctions imposed on September 23 on the PMC Bank.

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