Boy Takes Away Rs 46 Lakh Without Father’s Knowledge To Gift His Friends On Friendship Day

Friendship is a beautiful relation. People often call their friends as 'Brother from another mother'. However whenever we are in need, we sarcastically say to our friend- 'Bhai k liy itna bhi nhi krega'. Been there, done that? Well, we came across a story where a boy went beyond the certain extent for his friends. However, the way he did was not really good.

A teenage boy from Madhya Pradesh took away Rs 46 Lakh from his father without his knowledge to give away some presents to his friends on Friendship day that was celebrated few days back. His father is a builder who had got this huge sum of money from the sale of a land. He had kept this amount separately in his almirah. One day, he found the amount missing and contacted the police to seek help. Initially, the Police was confused as there was no sign of someone breaking into the house to steal the money.

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After further investigation, it was found out that it was his own son who took away the money. He gifted cash amount of Rs 15 lakh to a daily wager's son and Rs 3 lakh to his classmate who used to do his homework.

Moreover, he also gifted smartphones and silver bracelets to about 35 of his friends in school and coaching class. And that's not it. One of his friends to whom he had given cash went on to buy a new car from it. Baffled? But it is true.

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Till now, the Police has managed to recover Rs 15 lakh out of Rs 46 lakh. A senior cop said, "The boy's father has given us a list of students and we are trying to contact all of them. Parents of 5 students, who got the biggest shares, were summoned by the police and were told to return the money withing 5 days. No case has been registered so far as all those involved are minors.


by Admin | Tue, Aug 14 - 02:36 PM

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