Gold chain retrieved from Toilet in Railway

New Delhi, July 31: Indian Railways Station Master Kumar Shukla has helped the passenger here on Sunday.

He retrieved a gold chain after from poop after filed complaint by the passenger.



The officer, got a call on July 16, informing him that a passenger had dropped a gold chain in the toilet of a train passing through his station.

"I rushed out when a passenger stopped the train and said he had dropped his gold chain into the toilet and wanted us to find it," said Shukla.

The gold chain weighed 50 grams, said its owner, Dr Chavan Patil, an orthopedic surgeon, and was worth Rs 1.5 lakh.

"It is a lot of money to flush down the drain," said Patil, who was traveling from Nonand to Manmad in Maharashtra by the Maharashtra Express on July 16 and dropped his chain while changing his shirt at the Yeola station, which falls on the Ahmednagar-Manmad rail route.

Shukla currently posted at the Yeola station - about 35 kilometers from Shirdi and 260 kilometers northeast of Mumbai





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