has been recovered from a mysterious packet sent to Professor Dr. Menon at City College of New York.
According to the International News Agency, Dr. Menon, head of the physics department at City College of New York, received a packet last year that could not reach the professor because of the university’s closure during the epidemic.
The package had been lying in the university’s post office room for more than a year. When the university opened recently, the staff delivered the packet to Professor Sahib. The packet contained bundles of 50 50 and 100 100 currency notes worth 180,000.
According to a letter from Packet, the sender of the dollars was none other than a former physics and mathematics student at the same college who has now become a successful scientist and wanted to donate the money to needy students.
However, when Dr. Menon checked past records, no student by that name was studying at City College, which means that anyone who helps needy students wants to keep their name secret.