Beggar woman with Rs.100,000 detained by Railway Security

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Railway Security Guards had arrested a beggar woman with the possession of Rs.200,000 who had been begging in the train.

During a raid carried out yesterday by the Ragama Railway Security Guards in order to detain people who beg in trains at Ragama Railway Station, the beggar woman had been caught, said the Superintendent of Railway Security, Anura Premarathna. He said that the particular woman had been begging in the train while displaying a medical receipt prescribed by a doctor claiming that she had a mental illness. The sum of money which had been in possession of woman contained in the following denominations Rs.5,000 notes 35, Rs.1, 000 - 38 notes, Rs.50 - 1 note and 62 Rs.20 - 62 notes, he added. It has also been revealed that she had been staying at a rented room in Bulugahagoda, Kelaniya. (Mahinda Nissanka)

  Comments - 6

  • K.Anaga Saturday, 04 January 2020 04:33 PM

    Can't we get her secret of success to build up our poor country?

    D.E.M. Ocracy Wednesday, 08 January 2020 03:33 PM

    Is it wrong and a crime for a Beggar to have some money in her possission. What about the big-wigs who swindle money and are free????

    RD Friday, 10 January 2020 03:22 PM

    It is not a crime to carry money unless they can prove that those were stolen The amounts in the Heading and the content are not the same.

    amila Saturday, 25 January 2020 03:58 PM

    Whats Wrong With That, If People Can Giving that Money Whats Security Idiots Fingering that?

    Andrew Silva Tuesday, 04 February 2020 11:28 AM

    We should be proud of this begged lady. Just note people hard work pays off. It's not easy to walk for hours, specially in the boiling hot sun. She should be given a job in the finance department as an example for the hundreds of officers who warm the chairs.

    Senewi Wednesday, 25 March 2020 04:37 PM

    The security men might be greedy about her money


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