Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Home News Reports Bihar: Auto driver loses Rs 20,000, gets them back because no one touched it...

Bihar: Auto driver loses Rs 20,000, gets them back because no one touched it out of fear of coronavirus

There have been quite a few instances which has made people wary of touching unattended objects for fear of getting infected with coronavirus.

Amid the Wuhan coronavirus scare, several reports have been emerging about thrown cash by the unidentified people that is creating panic among the locals. In a similar incident, an auto-driver from Saharsa district of Bihar found his lost cash which was in the custody of local police after it created panic among the locals.

As per a report by Times Now, Gajendra Shah, an auto driver left his home in Kopa village of Saharsa district with wife on Saturday morning due to the lockdown restrictions in the state. He carried a sum of 20,500 rupees in cash to buy a tin-shed from Mahua Bazaar. While on the way he realized that cash is missing.

He walked back a few kilometers to find the money but unfortunately, he couldn’t find anything. He came back home after losing his two months of income. But then he got to know from his neighbours that there are viral messages on social media claiming that ‘coronavirus infected notes’ are recovered by police.

The locals had found the cash but no one dared to touch them fearing coronavirus infection. Hence, they informed the police which recovered the cash.

Gajendra immediately rushed to the Udakishuganj police station with some witnesses to support his claim. After the verification process and written undertaking from the witnesses, the money was handed over to Gajendra.

Muslims spitting on currency notes amid coronavirus

There have been quite a few instances which has made people wary of touching unattended objects for fear of getting infected with coronavirus. Nashik Police had recently arrested a Muslim man after a video of him wiping his face with currency notes and saying ‘Coronavirus is Allah’s punishment to you’ went viral. Later, two unknown bikers were found spitting on notes and throwing them in Aligarh village. Currency notes lying unattended at a residential colony in Lucknow also cast aspersions about deliberate attempts to spread coronavirus. Moreover, self-proclaimed fact-checker AltNews had even tried to exonerate a Muslim man who threw currency note at petrol pump.

  Support Us  

Whether NDTV or 'The Wire', they never have to worry about funds. In name of saving democracy, they get money from various sources. We need your support to fight them. Please contribute whatever you can afford

OpIndia Staffhttps://www.opindia.com
Staff reporter at OpIndia

 

Related Articles

Trending now

Protesting mob enters Red Fort, unfurl the Sikh flag, Terrorist outfit SFJ had demanded Khalistani flag to be hoisted: Details

The protestors have hoisted the flag on Red Fort that appears to be the Sikh Flag. Some believe it is the Khalistan Flag.

Watch: So-called farmers deliberately run tractors over police personnel, assault woman officer during tractor rally

A group of protestors have now reached the Red Fort and unfurled a flag there.

Protesting ‘farmers’ from Punjab use Indian flag to beat up Police, pelt stones: Watch

In another such visuals, the 'farmers' can be seen pelting stones at Delhi Police personnel. These 'farmers' are also holding the national flag as they attack the Delhi Police.

Farmers Tractor Rally: Mob break barricade to reach Red Fort and India Gate, just what Khalistani terror outfit had called for

Delhi is in grips of chaos as the farmer tractor rally defied route and broke police barricades to reach ITO and Red Fort

Pakistanis spew venom, cheer violence by farmers’ on India’s Republic Day

Some Pakistanis also tried to further the separatist Khalistani agenda while spreading falsehoods against Indian government.

‘Farmer’ tractor rally: Watch how mobs wielded swords, attacked buses and indulged in rampant violence in Delhi

When farmers announced the tractor rally in Delhi on Republic Day, every one suspected that the day would end in violence

Recently Popular

Professor who translated Rahul Gandhi’s “don’t need army if farmers are strong” speech in Erode faints after the speech: Reports

Muhammed Imran, who translated Rahul Gandhi's speech at Erode, collapsed after interpreting the speech from English to Tamil

Is it actor Prosenjit Chatterjee in the portrait of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose inaugurated by President Kovind? A fact check

It was claimed that it was actor Prosenjit Chatterjee in the portrait of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose inaugurated by President Kovind.

Ashoka University Assistant Professor mocks Lord Ram while trying to troll President of India over false accusations

Neelanjan Sircar works as an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Ashoka University and also a also at the Centre for Policy Research.

Donating for construction of Ram Mandir? Beware of these fraud UPI IDs

Beware of fraudsters. UPI IDs which are similar to the real UPI ID for Ram Mandir donation have propped up.

‘What is wrong with your mindset? Such people must not be spared,’ MP HC makes scathing remarks against Munawar Faruqui: Details

The Indore Bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court has reserved its order on the bail application filed by Munawar Faruqui.
- Advertisement -

 

Congress celebrates Republic Day violence in Delhi where protesting mob attacked police, Khalistanis ran riot

The Congress party is celebrating the violence that has been unleashed at the national capital on Republic Day with Khalistani involvement.

Republic Day tableaus: Chants of Jai Shri Ram from UP and Allah hu Akbar from Delhi

Ram Mandir-themed tableau of Uttar Pradesh was one of the main attractions of R-Day parade.

Protesting mob enters Red Fort, unfurl the Sikh flag, Terrorist outfit SFJ had demanded Khalistani flag to be hoisted: Details

The protestors have hoisted the flag on Red Fort that appears to be the Sikh Flag. Some believe it is the Khalistan Flag.

Watch: So-called farmers deliberately run tractors over police personnel, assault woman officer during tractor rally

A group of protestors have now reached the Red Fort and unfurled a flag there.

Here is how the mob during their tractor rally tried to lynch a policeman, pelt stones

The farmer protesters have broken barricades and have begun attacking the police personnel during the tractor parade.

Protesting ‘farmers’ from Punjab use Indian flag to beat up Police, pelt stones: Watch

In another such visuals, the 'farmers' can be seen pelting stones at Delhi Police personnel. These 'farmers' are also holding the national flag as they attack the Delhi Police.

Farmers Tractor Rally: Mob break barricade to reach Red Fort and India Gate, just what Khalistani terror outfit had called for

Delhi is in grips of chaos as the farmer tractor rally defied route and broke police barricades to reach ITO and Red Fort

As it was in 2020, so shall it be in 2021? After Constable Ratan Lal was shot by rioters last year, ‘protesters’ use swords...

The farmer protesters in Delhi have taken to using swords against the Delhi Police during the tractor parade on Republic Day.

Pakistanis spew venom, cheer violence by farmers’ on India’s Republic Day

Some Pakistanis also tried to further the separatist Khalistani agenda while spreading falsehoods against Indian government.

‘Farmer’ tractor rally: Watch how mobs wielded swords, attacked buses and indulged in rampant violence in Delhi

When farmers announced the tractor rally in Delhi on Republic Day, every one suspected that the day would end in violence

Connect with us

245,563FansLike
496,912FollowersFollow
22,900SubscribersSubscribe