Blog By mariam | 26-07-19
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The condition of our country right now is such that people have to stand in long lines to get hold of their own money. We are not commenting or taking sides but well, the reality cannot be ignored.
In such circumstances, we often end up meeting people who are hard to forget. One such individual is the 80 year old Nand Lal whose crying picture outside a bank went viral.
Last Tuesday, a picture raised a lot of eye balls all around the country. The picture was of an extremely old man with tears in his eyes. The man was none other than Nand Lal.
We were told that the commoners won't have to suffer but then we are the ones who are suffering the most. The proof is this picture. The picture shook the entire country with pain. And rightly so.
Keep reading ahead to know more about the man.
If you place this man on the siege of nationalism, he is more nationalist (whatever it means) than any of us. Nand Lal is a retired Army officer and stays in Gurugram.
The man says, "I had been trying for the last four days, but I couldn't get money. At last, when my turn came, they told me that I will get only 10,000, but I required more money since I had to pay my maid and rent. But they didn't give me the money and I broke down."
To highlight his history, "We came to India in 1947 after partition from Dera Ghazi Khan in Pakistan's Punjab. I joined military and retired in 1991. We didn't have any kids, therefore, I adopted one girl child and educated her. Now, she is happily married and lives in Faridabad," Lal said.
His daughter sends him RS 10,000 every month. The man has hearing disability. There's more, wait for it!
He further said, "I have Rs 45,000 in my account and I wanted to withdraw the whole amount. Though, I don't have many expenses after giving my rent which is Rs 3,000 and paying my maid who takes Rs 6500, I want my money with me and I don't know why shouldn't I get my money."
The man has asked a question, someone has to answer. He is not demanding something wrong, right?