Beggar found dead in Mumbai was a Lakhpati, it took almost a week to count his total wealth after his death  

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We often see beggars standing on the street and give them money, but some beggars are millionaires. You may feel a little strange knowing this but it is true. In the past, a beggar was killed after being cut off by a train near Govandi station in Mumbai.


The GRP, who arrived at the scene after the incident, was identified as Birbichand Azad but was surprised to see the scene when police arrived at the beggar's hut. Coins of 1.77 lakh and fixed deposit papers of 8.77 lakh were found inside the beggar's hut.


The age of this beggar was 82 years. The beggar was killed on Friday by a train while trying to cross the railway track between Mankhurd and Govandi station. GRP tried to contact Azad's son, who lives in Rajasthan. Police found the body of the beggar lying on the railway track.


After this, GRP had registered a case of accidental death. Locals identified him as Azad, who used to beg on the harbour line. It took the police about 8 hours to count the coins in his house. These coins were filled in sacks, the police were busy overnight in Azad's house to book accounts and papers.

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