After the news of receiving about six and a half crores of rupees from a begger in Lebanon now a dead beggar from Mumbai is being discussed in social media. The beggar's hut received Rs 1.75 lakh in the form of coins and notes which took eight hours to count. The beggar also got a certificate of fixed deposit of Rs 8.77 lakh.
It is worth noting that apart from this, there are 96 thousand rupees in his bank account. The coins were kept in plastic bags and hidden inside four containers in a barrel. A beggar died on Friday in a collision with a local train at Govandi railway station in Mumbai. When the Railway Police (GRP) reached the beggar's hut on the side of a drain in search of relatives, their senses flew away. The railway police found money-packed sacks and bags in the hut containing coins and notes worth about Rs 1.75 lakh.
Let me tell you that the beggar has been identified as 82-year-old Birdi Chand Azad. It is being told that Azad was begging in the local train of Mumbai. His Aadhar card, PAN card and Senior Citizen Card have been found from the hut, on which the address of Rajasthan is written. Azad has nominated his son Sukhdev in FD, who hails from Ramgarh, Rajasthan.