Vanisha Pathak, who was the topper of class 10th, has been issued a legal notice by the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) asking her to pay the fine along with interest. In fact, his parents had died during Covid, who had taken a home loan of Rs 29 lakh from LIC. Vanisha had 98.8 percent marks in her board exam. Then Vanisha wrote a poem 'I'll stand tall without you, Papa', remembering her father, which was highly appreciated by the people.
LIC demanded fine with interest
Vanisha's father Jitendra Pathak had taken a loan from LIC, which had sought time from LIC to repay it, but the officials did not respond to it. According to the Times of India, when I spoke to the officials at Bhopal office in this regard, the officials said that the application has been sent to the central office. However, after the death of the father, the officials had said that until Vanisha turns 18, she will not be issued any notice for payment. Despite this, LIC has said in the notice to pay fine along with interest.
Vanisha said this in her letter
Vanisha's maternal uncle said that LIC has said in the notice to recover the fine. The last notice was received on 2 February 2022 to pay Rs 29 lakh. Then Vanisha said in a letter to LIC that my father was a member of Million Dollar Round Table Club and a famous Bima Club. He said that my brother and I are minors and Covid is an orphan. So the dues can be paid only when I turn 18.
covid snatched parents
His mother Seema Pathak and father Jitendra Pathak died during the second wave of Corona. According to the Times of India, Vanisha's father Jitendra Pathak was an agent of LIC, and had taken a home loan of Rs 29 lakh from his office. Vanisha is currently 17 years old, and she also has a younger brother. Which she herself is taking care of.