KELA KAPKORA SIL BOLKIN
The “money-rain” institutions are good at exaggerating the benefits of getting loans through advertisements and luring gullible workers into financial bondage. The interest rates range between 150 - 200 % in most cases, even though they are repaid over an extended period of time.
The maket meri set their interest rate at K1 for every K2 borrowed and are easily accessible on the streets. Not much paper work is involved. With this challenge from the maket meri, the “money-rain” institutions have adjusted their operations to give loans within a few minutes.