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Man shares FB post about honest Delhi cop who returned his wallet

DNWEB21801 | 1/12/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :248

"Remember we've good people in police and they will always help us," Jagpreet Singh wrote.

A Delhi policeman has become a hero because of his honesty. A Facebook post shared by Delhi businessman Jagpreet Singh highlights the honesty shown by sub-inspector Madan Singh and has been shared over 3,000 times since it was put up on January 8.
In his post, the businessman says he dropped his wallet that had Rs 50,000 in cash near Nizamuddin Khata on January 7. “I was pushing my car that had broken down in the middle of the road. When I returned home, I realised that my wallet was missing,” says Jagpreet in a post he wrote on the Delhi Traffic Police’s Facebook page.
Jagpreet then searched the car and his house, but could not find the wallet. “I then received a call from sub-inspector Madan Singh (id 6149) who told me he saw a
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