Old Man Returns Rs. 90,000, He Found On The Road

The Logical Indian

July 31st, 2015 / 12:36 PM

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A man from Isangar withdrew Rs. 90000 from Durgesh bank on fine morning. He kept the money safely in the back of his car however while travelling through a bumpy road the money fell off. He had seen a few beggars on the road and had immediately decided to go and complain at the station. Meanwhile, an old aged man had found the same 90000 that had fallen from the car. Instead of fleeing with the money he too immediately went to the police to return it. Captain Vinod, a senior police official took him to a government office and awarded him with Rs. 7000 and a new pair of dhoti-kurta. This old man has proved that being poor doesn’t make a human fall on wrong terms. He has set an example of honesty and the Logical Indian salutes him!


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