On Friday Jagpreet Singh, left behind his wallet at New Delhi’s Nizammuddin dargah crossing was surprised by a noble gesture of an alert Delhi police sub Inspector. Singh got his wallet back hours later with all contents intact. The cop who found it lying on the road found Jagpreet using a visiting card from his wallet.
“I was convinced the wallet was stolen and was ready to approach the police when I got the call. I was worried the cards would get misused and had prepared myself for the tedious process to reapply for them,” said a beaming Jagpreet, who left a note praising the cop’s honesty.”
The Preet Vihar resident was all praise for the honesty of the cop after he got back his wallet.He also took to social media and posted on Facebook.
sub-Inspector Madan Singh had noticed a cyclist picking up the wallet from the road and after verification contacted Jagpreet on Sunday, asking him to collect his wallet. Singh’s car had broken down in the Nizamuddin area and there he dropped his wallet. It was only much later that he figured his wallet was missing. It contained his ATM card, PAN card, voter ID, some cash and foreign currency worth Rs 50,000.