Man finds his lost wallet after 14 YEARS and THIS is what he found!

A man from Mumbai has found his wallet after 14 years of losing it on a local train in 2006.

 

A man from Mumbai has found his wallet after 14 years of losing it on a local train in 2006.

Hemant Padalkar lost his wallet while traveling in a local train back in 2006. The wallet contained Rs.900 at that time.

Finding his lost wallet

In April 2020, he received a call from the Government Railway Police (GRP) breaking the news to him that his long-lost wallet had been finally found. Padalkar was unable to collect his wallet because of the lockdown in India.

Once the lockdown eased, he went to the GRP office, where he was given a part of the money that was the wallet.

Padalkar said that his wallet had Rs.900 at that time, including a Rs.500 note, which was later demonetized.

“The Vashi GRP returned Rs.300 to me. They deducted Rs.100 for stamp paperwork and said the remaining Rs.500 would be returned after exchanging the scrapped currency note with a new one”, he said.

According to local news sources, those who stole the wallet were arrested sometime back.

“We recovered Padalkar’s wallet containing Rs.900 from the accused. We handed over Rs.300 to Padalkar and the remaining Rs.500 would be returned to him after the currency note is exchanged with a new one”, a GPR official said.

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