My Story: He Saw A Cyclist Picking Up My Wallet Having Currency Worth Rs 50,000, Later He Called Me To Return It

The Logical Indian

January 10th, 2017

Source: ‎Jagpreet Singh

“I would like to share the honesty of Sub Inspector Madan Singh with his id no. 6149. I dropped my wallet with cash worth Rs 50,000 near Nizamuddin Khata on January 7, 2017 at around 9.30 a.m. while pushing my car which broke in the middle of road.

I came back home to Preet Vihar, where I figured out that my wallet was missing. I tried to look for it everywhere — inside my car and other places but couldn’t find, then I got a call from Sub inspector Madan Singh who saw one cyclist picking up my wallet from road and his sharp eyes saw him. He immediately stopped that cyclist and found that the wallet didn’t belong to him. Mr Singh took custody of my wallet with cash and foreign currency along with debit and credit cards and other important IDs.

He then searched my wallet and found my visiting card and called me on my cell phone. He informed that he found my wallet and told me about where he found it. He advised me to collect the wallet from him from same intersection where I dropped it. I rushed to the spot and met him, to my surprise everything in my wallet was untouched and safe. I salute him for his honesty and respect this Delhi traffic police Sub Inspector.

I tried to reward him too, but he politely refused the reward, matched my identity and handed over my wallet to me. Salute and respect to this man, I’m sharing his photograph. Remember, we’ve good people in police and they will always help us.”

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