Jaipur, Aug 19: It is rightly said that honesty is the best virtue. On Wednesday, Aug 5, 26-year-old Mohammed Aabid Qureshi, a rickshaw puller came into media limelight, as he had returned a bag full of Rs 1.17 lakh to the police.
He said that he had found an unclaimed bag at around 4 pm, near Government Hostel Circle at Gopalbari in Jaipur.
The very next day, Qureshi along with his wife and daughter went to the commissioner of police Janga Srinivas Rao, and returned the bag. [Rajasthan: Honest Rickshaw puller returns Rs 1.17 lakh to cops]
His honesty left a lasting impression at the police officials.
Bengaluru-based businessman-turned-activist rewards Qureshi
According to TOI report, 66-year-old LalChand Nagpal, was so impressed by Qureshi's honesty that he personally reached Jaipur to reward him.
Nagpal met Aabid in front of Jaipur Police Commissioner Janga Sriniwas Rao and rewarded him with e-rickshaw.
Before rewarding Qureshi, Nagpal checked his humble and simple family background.
Meanwhile, Qureshi and his entire family is elated with the fact that his honesty earned him a reward.