Belgaum Auto driver returns Rs 1 lakh to the police commissioner

By Think Change India|19th Oct 2015
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It is said that honesty is the best policy. But how many of us actually follow it, especially when no one is watching? If you find 1 lakh rupees with no accountabilty associated whatsoever, will you still stay honest?

Well, the answer came easily to AamirRaza Nazirahemd Hunaskatti, a 37-year-old auto driver in Belgaum, Karnataka, who didn’t budge for a second to handover Rs. 1 lakh to the commissioner of police left by a passenger in his auto.


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As reported by All About Belgaum, Aamir hails from a poor family and his honesty has made him richer than the richest. The Commissioner of the Police has felicitated him with a certificate and is now searching for the owner of the amount.

It is moment of pride for all of us when incidents like these happen. We at Think Change India salute the honesty and integrity of Aamir.


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