Railway passenger gets back lost bag

HYDERABAD: Railway police on Sunday returned the handbag of a private bank analyst, which she forgot in a train, while travelling between Guntur-Annavaram.  According to Secunderabad Rail

Published: 19th March 2012 04:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:38 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Railway police on Sunday returned the handbag of a private bank analyst, which she forgot in a train, while travelling between Guntur-Annavaram.  According to Secunderabad Railway SP M Kantha Rao, the analyst, Laskhmi, along with her daughter, Madhavi, travelled in a train from Guntur to Annavaram on Saturday.

After getting down at Annavaram with the luggage, she found that her handbag was missing but by this time, the train had left. Soon Lakshmi, an employee of Bank of America at Hi Tech city , went to the railway police  outpost and enquired about the phone numbers of GRP control room at Secunderabad. "A mobile phone, Rs 1,200 cash, an ATM card, PAN card and other valuables were in the bag,'' Kantha Rao said.

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