Why a monk keeps the bank with his rifle in Tamil Nadu

Armed with a rifle, a Thiruvarur monk entered a bank and threatened to rob it in Tamil Nadu’s Thiruvarur. Here’s why.

Armed with a rifle, Thirumalai Samy threatened to loot a bank in Tamil Nadu’s Thiruvarur (Photo India Today)

A monk in Thiruvarur, Tamil Nadu, entered a bank with a rifle and threatened to rob it after being denied a loan. He also streamed the incident on Facebook Live.

The monk, identified as Thirumalai Samy, runs the Idi-Minnal (Thunder and Storm) Sangamam in Moolangudi village in Thiruvarur district.

Samy approached a private sector bank to seek a loan for her daughter, who is studying medicine in China.

Bank officials are said to have asked for the property papers as collateral, but Samy objected. The monk questioned why the bank would ask for his property as collateral if the loan would be repaid with interest.

In the end, the bank officials rejected his loan application. Samy went home, picked up the rifle and went back to the bank.

He sat down, started smoking, and made threats to the bankers. While live-streaming his actions on his Facebook page, he can be heard saying that he is going to rob a bank for refusing to lend him a loan.

Upon receiving the information, the police went to the bank and arrested the monk. An investigation has been launched.

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