Mumbai airport janitor Suman Dhoipode returns jewels worth Rs 40 lakhs

In an exemplary show of honesty, Suman Dhoipode, a janitor at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport’s Terminal 2 returned a passenger’s four diamond rings worth Rs 40 lakhs. 

Suman Dhoiphode (37), who works at the CIP Lounge, which is accessible only to first class and business class fliers, found four diamond rings lying inside the washroom’s basin while cleaning it. She couldn’t find the passenger but reported the matter to the Airport Operator.
The passenger, however, while boarding the aircraft, had realized that she had forgotten her rings in the washroom and had notified the ‘Lost and Found’ department via email. The department then took the rings from the janitor and handed them over to the passenger in the flight.
Suman, who has studied till Std X says, “I am happy that my efforts could make someone get her valuables back. I have always been honest in my work and also teach my children the same.”

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