southern India state telangana a mother rides 1,400 km to bring back her stranded son

Nizamabad: A 48-year-old woman from Indian state Telangana in Nizamabad district rides 1,400 km on a two-wheeler to bring her son back home who was stranded in Nellore district of Andhra pradesh due to the coronavirus outbreak lockdown.

Razia Begum, a school teacher from Bodhan, Telangana in Nizamabad district said that her son had gone to Nellore on March 12th 2020, to see his friends’s ailing father but was unable to return due to the lockdown and suspension of the transport facilities within the state.

“I wanted to bring back my son. I approached Bodhan ACP Jaipal Reddy in Telangana and explained my situation to him. The ACP Jaipal Reddy immediately gave me the permission letter to me for travelling to Nellore,” Razia begum said.

Razia told ANI that she rode solo ride alone after getting permission from the local police.

She also said that she was stopped at several places by the police on the account of the coronavirus outbreak in the state and the country lockdown but was allowed to pass because of the official letter. I travelled alone through the forests but i had no fear as I wanted to bring my son back home.” Razia begum added.

Razia begum started out on the ardous journey on Monday and returned with back together with her son on Wednesday evening (April 8) 2020.

SOURCE: ANI

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