Abdul Jalil, a beggar residing in southern Egypt, relied on begging as his means of survival. However, his recent passing marked the end of his life spent in destitution.
Recognizing Abdul Jalil’s financial struggles, his neighbors generously covered the expenses for his funeral. Reports reveal that ten days after his demise, as they sought out his place of residence, they stumbled upon a concealed bag within the courtyard.
To their astonishment, the bag contained a total of 1 million Egyptian pounds (equivalent to 1 billion Pakistani rupees) in the form of both coins and banknotes. Subsequently, the money was divided among Abdul Jalil’s siblings.