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Bengaluru: The city Police Commissioner T. Suneel Kumar rewarded a 45-year-old autorickshaw driver for his honesty when he returned a bag containing cash, ATM cards and an expensive mobile phone which was left behind by a passenger. The passenger, identified as Pramod Kumar Jain, took the autorickshaw from Majestic, driven by Syed Ahmed. When Jain got off at the City Railway Station, he left behind a bag containing cash and other valuables. When Syed Ahmed noticed the bag, he waited at the same spot thinking the passenger would return to collect the bag. When the passenger did not return even after hours, Ahmed took the bag to the city Police Commissioner’s office seeking help in returning the bag to its owner. The police checked the bag and found a visiting card of Jain. The police called him to collect the bag, which contained Rs 45,000 in cash, two ATM cards and an I-Phone. The bag was handed over to Jain in the presence of the Commissioner. Kumar gave Ahmed a certificate of appreciation and a cash reward.
(Source: deccanchronicle.com)