Banks offer banknote loans for mighty helpless cousins

Illustration: Oishik Jawad

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Illustration: Oishik Jawad

Even though the per capita income of Chapasthan continues to rise, people are not buying transport tickets. And so, the touching reality of those close to leaders who cannot afford train tickets came to the fore.

But the people of Chapasthan are inhuman – instead of raising money to help the mighty helpless people buy tickets, people laughed at them.

In the midst of all this injustice, the wife of one of the leaders of Chapasthan stepped forward to help these poor and struggling souls by kicking out another useless and troublesome soul.

“You are so annoying and so is the ticket controller. How could he ask my relatives for tickets when they didn’t even have the money? And how could you support this inhuman behavior and barbarian of this spoiled ticket checker?” the woman questioned the nationwide mockery.

But money is not a problem as long as there are plenty of banks in Chapasthan. They came to the aid of the penniless, also known as the relatives of the ruler’s wife.

“We know that relatives live below the poverty line. How could they buy tickets with money then? That’s why we offered them loans with a so-called interest rate so that these ‘famous’ poor people don’t have to live on trains without buying tickets,” explained the CEO of Bank of Dhoka.

Ever since the banks moved, ordinary people lamented that they could not be relatives of the rulers’ wives.

Zubair, failing to be a Facebook friend with an executive’s wife even after sending out numerous friend requests canceling previous unsuccessful ones, said despairingly, “I dream of being a ‘kind of’ parent. of a ruler’s wife from childhood. I pay for the bus fare every day as I have to travel from one end of Dhoka to the other every day. If I was some kind of parent, I could save some money and organize a trip abroad. But dreams never come true. I could never be a Facebook friend of a minister’s wife, let alone a parent!”

Garland K. Long