CAA returns lost bag worth millions to its owner
KARACHI: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) officials have returned a lost bag carrying goods worth millions to owner, the famous singer Talhah Yunus, ARY News reported on Friday.
As per details, the renowned rapper forgot to pick his bag from the parking area of Jinnah International airport where he landed from Islamabad.
Upon finding the bag worth Rs 1.5 million, it was submitted to DTM office and checked in the presence of vigilance personnel.
While the checking was going on, the phone start ringing and the owner was directed to pick his bag from the airport.
The DTM office and the vigilance personnel returned shoulder bag to Talhah Yunus and he thanked them for returning the lost bag.
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Earlier, an employee of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) returned a lost bag containing valuable items to the airport administration.
CAA employee Ijlal Maseeh found two gold rings and a purse near the custom counter early morning after flight landings from Bahrain and Abu Dhabi at Bacha Khan airport Peshawar.
Later, Ijlal handed over the purse to the supervisor Amin. He then gave it to the airport administration.
Upon opening the purse, there were 8050 Saudi Riyals, which is equal to almost Rs 5.88 lac.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) appreciated the act of honesty of the employee and the valuable items were returned to their owner.