Bangladeshi Hajji lauded for returning lost money to owner...

Bangladeshi Hajji lauded for returning lost money to owner

 Staff Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 09:17 PM, 30 June 2022  

Bangladeshi Hajji lauded for returning lost money to owner

Bangladeshi Hajji lauded for returning lost money to owner

Bangladeshi Abdur Rahman Pradhan who is now in Saudi Arabia to perform holly Hajj has been lauded for returning lost money to its owner. Abdur Rahman found a bundle near the Nawabi in the mosque in Medina. When he opened it, he saw seven lakh francs (the currency of Burkina Faso) and later returned the money to its real owner.

Abdur Rahman is a resident of Demra, Dhaka. The owner of the money is a citizen of Burkina Faso. They are both in Medina. The pilgrims from Burkina Faso became emotional after getting back the lost money. He hugged Abdur Rahman and cried.

In a post on social media, Abdur Rahman said he had found seven lakh African currency (CFA francs) in Medina. He stood for a long time looking for the person who lost the money where the money was found. At that time he thought that if he did not get the money, he would deposit the money with the administration.

He also posted two pictures in that post. In that post, he said that he had found seven lakh African currency (CFA francs) in Medina. After founding that money he searched for the owner. After getting proper evidence, he returned the money to its owner.

He then wrote in another post that after receiving the money back, the citizens of Burkina Faso hugged him and cried.

Meanwhile, many have praised Abdur Rahman for his great work. An official of the Bangladesh Hajj Mission in Medina said, "Such a great example of a Bangladeshi citizen will definitely enhance the image of the country abroad."

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