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J&K cops' tales of honesty leaves internet buzzing

Press Trust of India  |  Srinagar 

The internet here has been left buzzing with two tales of honesty of and policemen after a and a returned two lost bags with huge cash to their rightful owners.

Umar Mushtaq, who works for a meagre salary of Rs 6,000 a month, returned a bag containing Rs 90,000 cash to its rightful owner here yesterday.

"Honesty is ingrained here as an organisational value. SPO posted at Qamarwari today returned a bag containing Rs 90,000 cash to its rightful owner of Palpora (Noorbagh)," Zone Police said in a tweet, which was used and shared by numerous 'twiteratis.'

Malla, who had recently retired from Municipal Corporation, had lost the bag containing his retirement savings and had lodged a report in the concerned police station.

The SPO, who found the bag, informed his superior who, in turn, ensured that it is returned to its owner after proper verification.

"Honesty is the rarest wealth anyone can possess. Hats off to of @JmuKmrPolice who found a bag containing Rs 90k at Qamarwari (Srinagar) and then returned it to owner Abdul Aziz Malla, a former employee of SMC. It was his superannuation savings," a twitter user wrote.

The police department also posted about another incident in which a returned a bag containing valuables and Rs 21,000 cash to an Amarnath pilgrim.

"Sg.ct Farooq Ahmad, operator with Principal PTS Manigam, handing over a bag Containing some valuables and Rs 21,000 cash to Venketesavar Rao R/O district Guntur Tamil Nadu.The couple had lost the bag in Manigam base camp while returning back from Amarnath Yatra," the police tweeted.

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First Published: Tue, July 10 2018. 16:10 IST