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A resident of Ahmedabad got a lottery of not a few hundreds or lakhs but Rs 11,677 crore in his demat account which was withdrawn within a few hours.



The money was in his account for more than eight hours.

Ramesh Sagar has invested in the stock market for the past five to six years. A year ago he opened his demat account with Kotak Effects.

“On July 26, 2022, I received Rs 116,77,24,43,277.10 crore in my account, out of which I invested Rs two crore in the stock market and made a profit of Rs five lakh. That same evening around 8 am to 8:30 pm, the bank has withdrawn the amount,” he told IANS.

He said he had received a notification from the bank saying: “There is a problem with the margin update in the app. You can continue placing orders, but the displayed margin will not be updated. We regret the inconvenience and working to resolve this at the earliest.”

Not only him, many other demat account holders were also lucky enough to win a jackpot that day.

When IANS tried to get Kotak Securities’ comment on the matter from the western zonal office (Mumbai), the officer said on the phone that the investor’s pan card or demat account number cannot verify the claim and cannot comment on the matter.

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