Now days if we lose something valuable outdoors we certainly lose hope of getting it back but here’s this one-of-a-kind story of this super honest inspiring Man.
Dilip Raising rickshaw driver from Pune returned a bag with a laptop left behind by a software engineer.
Dilip travelled 32 km, Just to return a laptop worth Rs 70000 to its rightful owner.
He drove to Baner from Pune railway station to find the passenger. When he did not find him, he approached Magarpatta police chowkey under the Hadapsar police station and handed over the bag.
Source: Times of India
Assistant inspector of the Hadapsar police station Salim Nadaf, Congratulated Raising, as this was a one-of-its-kind story.
Mr Chaudhari had boarded Dilip Raising’s auto-rickshaw from Magarpatta area to go to Baner on Sunday, 8:30 AM and in a hurry forgot to collect the laptop.
Raising picked up another passenger and left for Pune railway station. “While checking, Raising found a red bag behind the seat and a laptop in it. “Raising immediately drove back to Baner and searched the area for his passenger, “He waited for some time to locate the laptop bag’s owner and then decided to hand it over to the nearest police station.