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Honesty exemplified; Bus conductor returns lost I-Phone


Team Udayavani, Jul 20, 2018, 11:19 AM IST

Ullal: A bus conductor has exemplified honesty by returning the lost I-Phone he found in the bus to its rightful owner.

The bus conductor identified as Narayana Manjanady of Sushmitha bus which ply’s between Mangaluru and Konaje found the I-Phone belonging to a university student from Afghanistan identified as Saddam Mukreshi. The student, who is pursuing first year degree at the university, had bought a new phone and inserted a new SIM into it. But the SIM was not yet activated.

Saddam had lost his phone when he was travelling from the University at Konaje to the hostel at Deralakatte. When the conductor found the I-Phone in the bus, he thought that the owner of the lost mobile would give a call to it. But, when there was no call for some time, he found a fees receipt on the phone addressed to the University. Through this clue, the conductor contacted the public contact officer of the university, Priya Nayak through whom the lost I-Phone was once again united to its rightful owner.

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