My Story: This Watchman Chased That Guy For 1.5 Km To Secure My Lost Wallet

The Logical Indian

September 28th, 2015 / 11:21 AM

Around at 5:30 pm in the evening, I was going to MG road and I was waiting for my friend at forum mall-Kormangala, that was Rakshabandhan and also Saturday so it was huge rush over there as forum is one of the biggest mall in Bangalore city.

I picked up my friend from there and I was on my way to MG and suddenly I found that I dropped my wallet somewhere, I had my 2 debit cards, one credit card, pan card and original licence and some cash as well. I was scared and panic like anything, at that time I was around 3 km far from forum mall but I was sure that I dropped it somewhere between Forum and last signal.

So I parked my bike and I went back by walk to forum in search of my wallet if in case I got my wallet back but in deep in my mind I knew that the possibilities are less than 1%.

I reached forum and I didn’t found it and I was so much tensed and panic, because only one Bangalorean can understand how hard it is to drive your vehicle in Bangalore without license and also I am having a bike whose registration which, is from Gujarat and it makes the situation even worst,

I asked one security guy who was damn busy in his duty of parking rickshaw outside the mall, I asked him ” O bhaiya yaha ek wallet gir gaya tha mera kahin dekha kya aapne”.

After few minutes, he bring me to his security room and after some verification i got my wallet back and I was happy like anything, After I came out from the control room with extreme amount of happiness, some rickshaw guys were standing over there, they told me sir say a big thank to this watchman because when you dropped your wallet one random guy got that immediately.

This watchman ran after that guy around 1.5 km for your wallet and got your wallet back and submit it to his superior authority and from one random receipt from your wallet he even tried to call you but that number was not working, and I was shocked like anything because still I was not able to believe it and I didn’t expect this kind of honesty from one random security guard.

I hugged that guy and when I offered him some rupees as a reward for his honesty he refused to take it and told me one simple line “sir ye to mera farz tha but please next time mere jaise koi bhi chota aadmi mile to please usase acche se thoda pyar se ijjat ke saath baat karana vohi hoga meri imaandari ka inaam”.

And that thing realised me how small I am in front of this kind of guys, this incident totally changed my vision towards this kind of person of our society realised that how rich our country is and how honest the people are.

‪#‎Respect‬ ‪#‎Big_Respect‬ ‪#‎Honesty‬

Submitted By Mayur Gadhvi


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