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Apr 20 (23:47) Prompt action: railway police restore lost jewels, cash to train passenger (www.thehindu.com)
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A bag containing gold ornaments and cash left behind in a hurry by a woman passenger in Uzhavan Express on Thursday night was recovered and handed over to her on Friday.
Inquiries reveal that the passenger, Jayalakshmi, a resident of Saidapet in Chennai, planned to visit Velankanni along with 16 others and booked tickets in Kamban Express for Thursday night’s journey.
However, the group failed to reach the railway station at Egmore on time and missed the train.
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they boarded Uzhavan Express. When the train ticket examiner inspected the tickets, he directed them to alight from the reserved compartment and board the unreserved compartment to carry on with their journey.
Jayalakshmi and others alighted and attempted to board the unreserved compartment of Uzhavan Express at Tambaram where she realized that she had left her handbag containing the jewellery and cash in the reserved coach they had earlier boarded.
She could not retrieve the bag as the train started moving out of Tambaram station.
Hence, she lodged a complaint with the Railway Police, Tambaram, stating that she had left her handbag containing 20 sovereigns of gold jewellery and cash ₹8,000 in Uzhavan Express.
Immediately, the Railway Police at Panrutti was alerted and a team boarded the train. The team found the bag beneath a lower berth in S2 compartment by which time the train reached Kumbakonam. The property was handed over to the Railway Police, Thanjavur, who, in turn, handed it over to the complainant after asking her to come to Thanjavur on Friday.
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