What would you do if you lost your backpack that had a Macbook Air along with other essentials? You’d probably go file an FIR, feel absolutely distraught for a few days and then carry on with your lives, right? After all, what more can you possibly do? Finding a little backpack in a city like Bombay is harder than searching for a needle in a haystack.
Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happened to Facebook user Amborish Rouchoudhury when he lost his backpack in one of the local trains. But what happened next restored this man’s faith in god. God going by the name of Viresh Narsingh Kele.
Viresh, who is a housekeeper with the railways, found the abandoned bag while cleaning the train at the car shed at Panvel, Mumbai. He opened the laptop and found Amborish’s name there. Spotting the address in a discarded envelope lying somewhere in the bag, Viresh travelled all the way Amborish’s home to deliver the bag to him. Amborish offered Viresh some money, which he later admitted was a bit foolish on his part, but the kind soul refused to accept any form of remuneration. Only a cup of tea, perhaps.
After the Railway Police “couldn’t find” the bag after apparently “searching through trains”, Viresh, referred to as god for Amborish on his Facebook post, came to his rescue.
Here’s the Facebook post –