A pig farmer who kept banknotes in an iron safe was shocked to discover that the banknotes had been destroyed by termites in Krishna district.
B. Jamalaiah from Mylavaram village had saved about £ 5 in an iron box. When he opened the box on Tuesday, he found that the notes were completely corrupted. Shocked by the severe loss, family members were seen crying for help. The police visited his home.
“I wanted to build a house with my savings. But I was upset when there were holes in all of the notes, ”said Jamalaiah. Since Mr. Jamalaiah did not have a bank account, he kept the money in the iron box, the villagers said.
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