Here's The Truth Behind The 'Fastest Cashier'. She's An Inspiring Woman.

A few days ago, a video titled ‘Fastest cashier of the world' went viral on Facebook with more than 14 million views and 200K shares. The video shows a lady cashier counting cash and depositing money at a really slow pace. This video went ballistically viral and the lady was mocked mercilessly online.
Turns out, this elderly lady has suffered 2 heart attacks and paralysis stroke and so she is working at her own pace. Her story is so inspiring that it will make you regret mocking her. It is very easy to make fun of someone when you don't know about their struggle and their back story.

Activist Kundan Srivastasa took to Facebook to explain why Premlata Shinde works at this pace and mocking her is not funny. Premlata Shinde works with Bank Of Maharashtra in Pune, who has suffered 2 heart attacks and a paralysis stroke and has recently resumed work after a long medical leave. She's retiring in February 2017, and has enough leaves to stay at home. But she rather chose to come to work and retire with honour.

Seeing her medical condition and her wish to work, the bank has provided her with a special computer and an additional cash counter. The video of her struggle was mocked online with knowing the real reason behind it.

Premlata has lost her husband and her only son lives abroad. She is working hard to live a dignified life.

Not everything you see on the internet is the truth. We salute her for inspiring us!
Source - India times

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