Mumbai police set a beautiful example of Atithi Devo Bhava on Thursday when it tracked down the lost luggage of an Argentinian tourist, Agustin Gonzalez. He left it behind in an autorickshaw while travelling around Mumbai.
According to the reports, Agustin lodged a complaint in the Andheri police station about his lost luggage he missed out unfortunately in an autorickshaw while touring Mumbai. He is on a trip to India. He told police he lost his backpack that contained two cameras, $1,000 cash, his passport and Yellow Fever Certificate he got issued by the Chakala to Andheri railway station.
After his complaint, police started its search operation and got its first clue from a picture of the camera he was carrying. The picture had clearly captured the registration number of the autorickshaw he had travelled in. They contacted Regional Transport Office and got the address of the autorickshaw driver.
Gonzales Agustin(Argentina ctzn)at Andheri Pstn 2 collect hs bag wth cameras,1000 USD& documents found wthn 7 hrs of forgetting in an auto pic.twitter.com/BjdLPHQTIN
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) January 13, 2017
Eventually, around 11 p.m on Thursday, the luggage was recovered from the auto rickshaw driver named Acchhelal Gupta, 58, and returned to Mr. Gonzalez.
In a letter of appreciation to the Andheri police, Mr. Gonzalez said,
“I want to say ‘thank you’ to Andheri police station officers and team for their absolutely remarkable labor on duty, serving and helping the community. Everything was recovered and no harm was caused. They acted immediately and in a completely efficient way. Truly, India is Great”
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