My father has got a message that he had received 50000rs.
Is this sentence meaningful or not?? Can I use "he had received 50,000rs" after "that"? If not, please send me the correct alternative sentence.
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Your father received a message informing him that he had received 50000rs.
Your father received a message: he had received 50000rs.
I think the duplication of the word received is the potential problem. Is there another word that will work? Received a message is pretty basic usage. How about something different on the other side?
Your father received a message that 50000rs had been deposited in his account. (?)
Your father received a message that 50000rs had arrived. (?)