Amit Shah hails J&K cops for showing integrity by returning belonging to Amarnath Yatri

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah appreciated the integrity shown by two Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel who found a bag of an Amarnath Yatri with cash and returned it back to him.

Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Darshan Kumar and Head Constable (HC) Satpal of Traffic Police deployed at Sarbal parking found a bag of woman Yatri Yasoda Bain, wife of Manu Bhai of Ahmedabad Gujarat, containing Rs 80000, mobile phone and Yatra documents.

The personnel handed over the bag to the owner.

“True heroism lies in our acts of honor and honesty that leave an indelible mark on the lives we touch. ASI Darshan Kumar and HC Satpal of the J&K Police proved this saying correct,” the Home Minister said in a tweet on Monday.

They found a bag that contained Rs 80000, a mobile phone, and Yatra documents. They traced out its owner, a pilgrim, and handed it over to her.

“I appreciate them for being an example of integrity,” he added.

DGP J&K Dilbag Singh also appreciated the honesty and good work of the traffic personnel and announced Commendation certificate and a reward of Rs 10,000 each in favour of the officials.

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