Udupi: Thumbs-up to Honesty! Bus Passenger Returns Wallet with Valuables to Owner

Udupi: An incident which can reassure the public that honesty still prevails in the present world took place here on Wednesday afternoon.

A woman, the wife of Abubaqer Siddiq of Doddanagudde has lost her wallet while travelling in a bus. It was found by Vasu Chitpadi. He handed it over to Nityananda Olakkadu, general secretary of the district citizens’ forum..

With the details available in the documents in the wallet, he tracked down the owner. The wallet was handed over to the owner on Wednesday.

It contained cash and valuables like ATM and Aadhaar cards.

The honesty displayed by Vasu has been widely appreciated.

Hail Honesty!

3 Comments

    • Dear Readers,

      I have kept ready a manuscript, which has been indexed and brief intro about me and the story has been also written. Can you recommend a author (or authors) who is willing to see the manuscript and publish i?.

      I would like to hear from you or from other concerned parties.

      With regards,
      Nelson Lewis

      • http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-ritter/hillary-clinton-foreign-policy-record_b_9221284.html

        The decision by the Obama administration to intervene in Libya was both indefensible as policy and legally questionable in terms of international law. The United Nations resolution authorizing the imposition of a “no fly zone” did not contain any language that could sustain the notion of expanding the “no fly zone” into a general aerial bombardment of Libya designed to remove Gaddafi from power — the United States, Great Britain and France were compelled to turn to NATO to provide some semblance of diplomatic cover for that operation.

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        Looks like ‘The Man with the Beeeeeeggggg Stickkkkkaaa’ doesn’t have such a beeeeeeg stickkka (as per our Yumreeki Rampai).

        Come on – they couldn’t EVEN nail Bin Laden for 10 years – EVEN as they were pumping in Billions of our Rampa’s tax money into Pak. What a sham and a doggone shame on Uncle SomappaNNA. (Sam – for simple).

        They couldn’t EVEN shave off a single hair from those Afghani long-beards who literally CHASED them off armed with just some muzzle-loaders! Ahem! Those long-beards chased the Brits… the Russians AND the Yankees. And to believe it – our Rampa says – Man with Beeeeeeeggggaa stickkaaaa….. Lol.

        Instead, their soldiers who witnessed war in Afghanistan have severe PTSD. They drop down to the ground EVEN when a silly cracker goes off. Can’t blame them – just blame the ‘system’.

        Look at the greater Levant (Iraq & Syria) now. Is peace in sight? Who meddled in there? Pinocchio? Rumpelstiltskin? RSS? Boko Haram?

        And oh, isn’t N Korea a perceived threat now? WHAT exactly are they doing about it?

        Over to you, Mr. Nelson.

        And if our ‘yella gotthu’ Yumreeki Rampa can put in his worthless 2 bits in so-called ‘defense’, I’d be grateful.

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