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Srinagar woman mistakenly hands over gold coin as bus fare amid urgent medical crisis

Srinagar woman mistakenly hands over gold coin as bus fare amid urgent medical crisis

Srinagar, Jan 24: In an unusual incident that left her in distress, a Srinagar woman mistakenly handed over a gold coin instead of a 10-rupee coin as bus fare while travelling from GB Pant Hospital to Radio Kashmir Gate on January 18.

Waheeda, a resident of Sonwar Srinagar, intended to sell the gold coin to meet the medical expenses of her brother-in-law, currently admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi.

Recounting the incident, Waheeda said, “I boarded a Mazda bus in the morning near GB Pant Hospital, Sonwar, to reach my parental home at Batamaloo. When the bus reached Radio Kashmir Gate near Zero Bridge, I got down from the vehicle after mistakenly handing over a gold coin instead of a 10-rupee coin as bus fare to the conductor.

Realizing her mistake only after entering a jeweler’s shop and finding one coin less in her purse, Waheeda expressed her urgency, stating, “I didn’t realize that I had handed over a fortune to the conductor instead of a 10-rupee coin. I was in haste as I wanted to help my sick brother-in-law.”Expressing her predicament, she said, “Hundreds of vehicles pass on this route daily. I can’t identify the vehicle.” Waheeda appealed to the concerned bus conductor to return the gold coin on compassionate grounds and requested them to contact her family on the cell number, 7006807001.KDC

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