Mumbai Beggar Dies A Millionaire With Assets Of Over Rs. 10 Lakh 

Mumbai Beggar Dies A Millionaire With Assets Of Over Rs. 10 Lakh 

MUMBAI: Documents for fixed stores worth Rs. 8.77 lakh with a few banks and in any event Rs. 1.5 lakh in coins were found at the home of a hobo who passed on in a mishap in Mumbai, the police said. The police officers who strolled into the feeble one-room home of the bum, Birju Chandra Azad, couldn't turn out for quite a while - they needed to go through hours checking the bagful of clattering coins that counted up to around Rs. 1.5 lakh. 

The bum lived alone in the house at a ghetto in southeast Mumbai's Govandi. He deserted a voter personality card, PAN card and Aadhaar card, the police said. The room is covered with old papers and polythene sacks. 

"Birju Chandra Azad kicked the bucket in a mishap while trespassing on railroad track among Govandi and Mankhurd station," a senior cop said. 

Mumbai Police are searching for relatives or relatives of the poor person, who passed on in a mishap 

After the mishap on October 4 that murdered Mr Azad, the police followed his home to the ghetto in Govandi as they went searching for his relatives. That is the point at which they discovered the riches that the poor person most likely spared over an extensive stretch of time. 

The police will for the present contact the bank specialists to guard the fixed stores. They have additionally taken the coins for protection and are searching for any relative or relatives.