Berhampur: Something happened in Odisha's Ganjam district that shocked everyone. In fact, a 35-year-old autorickshaw driver here gave a woman passenger about 1. Returned his gold necklace worth Rs 6 lakh and became a topic of discussion. According to the information received in this case, the woman had left this necklace in the autorickshaw by mistake a few days ago. The autorickshaw driver Pankaj Behera got a necklace weighing about 30 grams under the passenger seat while cleaning his vehicle on Friday.
On Saturday, he handed it over to the woman Narmada Behera at the New Bus Stand police outpost in the presence of police officials and some members of the local auto drivers' association. The autorickshaw driver reportedly took the 30-year-old woman and her family members from New Bus Stand to Gopalpur on Wednesday. A police officer said, "Behera had kept the gold necklace in his purse, but he must have accidentally fallen into the vehicle, which the woman did not even know about. After reaching home, she discovered that the necklace was not in her purse and immediately called the autorickshaw driver, whom she already knew. She looked at the auto, but didn't get the necklace that day.''
In this case, the driver said, "After getting defeated while cleaning my autorickshaw, I informed the police and the woman's family. In this case, the in-charge of the police outpost Narayan Swain appreciated the honesty of the driver. The woman was also relieved after getting the jewellery back. In this case, the woman says, "For the last few days, I had sleepless nights. Now, I am very happy and grateful to the autorickshaw driver.''