Autorickshaw driver Dilip Raising returned a bag with a laptop left behind by a software engineer M Narendra Chaudhari on Sunday morning.
Raising drove to Baner from Pune railway station to race the passenger. When he did not find him, he approached Magarpatta police chowkey under the Hadapsar police station and handed over the bag.
Chaudhari had come to he police chowkey to lodge a complaint and found his lap op intact. Assistant inspector of the Hadapsar police station Salim Nadaf felicitated Raising.
Nadaf told TOI that on Sunday around 8.30am, Chaudhari had boarded Raising’s autorickshaw in Magarpatta area to go to Baner.”Chaudhari was carrying his laptop bag with him. After alighting from the autorickshaw, Chaudhari hurriedly paid the fare and walked away, leaving behind his possession,” Nadaf said.
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 t when he opened it,” he said.
He knew it belonged to his previous passenger. “Raising immediately drove back to Baner and searched the area for his passenger,” he said. He hen went in the opposite direction to Magarpatta from where the passenger had boarded his autorickshaw.
“He waited for some time o locate the laptop bag’s owner and then decided to hand t over to the nearest police chowkey,” Nadaf said.
Raising told the policemen he entire story. “Just as he was about to leave, Chaudhari rushed in. He identified his bag and laptop worth Rs 70,000,” Nadaf said.
News Source: Times Of India