An Honest Auto Driver In Belgaum Returns Rs 1 Lakh To The Police Commissioner
The Logical Indian Karnataka
October 18th, 2015 / 7:42 PM
Source & Image: allaboutbelgaum
Some people are born honest and down to earth. They have those certain reservoirs of values from which they satisfy their thirst of living and which form their basic identity.
The story of AamirRaza Nazirahemd Hunaskatti (37), an auto driver who didn’t budge for a second to handover Rs. 1 lakh to the commissioner of police left by a passenger in his auto, restores our faith in Humanity, in goodness and in the energy that sustains this world.
Such selfless actions restore our faith in Humanity and make this world so beautiful. Time and again he continues to give life to his name Aamir which means a Prince, one who is rich in heart. He had returned money to Khade Bazar Police station and on an earlier occasions, too, he had returned the valuables left over in his auto by the passengers which included gold ornaments. He is real Aamir (rich in heart), undoubtedly such actions make him richer than the richest.
Aamir stays in Azam Nagar and belongs to a poor family but his honesty has made him richer than the richest. Despite living from hand to mouth, with 5 children and his wife who does not keep well, he gladly treads over the tough path and chooses virtues instead of money. We bow to his honesty.
His action reflects that one should be rich in heart or more precisely he proved that to have Money, without a rich heart is akin to being an ugly beggar.
The Commissioner of Police has felicitated him with a certificate and is looking for the Owner of this huge amount.
We feel very proud to share his story far and wide, The Logical Indian Community offers salutations to such people who are real asset for humanity. Such small acts of goodness, makes the living so meaningful.
Some people continue to fill their pockets of greed with money and more money, while some happily invest on their honesty and choose contentment over greed. Needless to say, the latter are those lucky ones who are closer to their conscience, to God and to humanity.
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