Kerala Woman Traveled 2700 Km In 3 Days To Meet Her Son

Kerala woman traveled 2700 km in 3 days to meet her son admitted in Jodhpur, crossed 6 states by car with the daughter-in-law.

Seelamma says that all restrictions are in place on movement during the lockdown. But by the grace of God, we were able to reach Jodhpur without any trouble.

Seelamma says that all restrictions are in place on movement during the lockdown. But by the grace of God, we were able to reach Jodhpur without any trouble.

  • Son of Kerala-based woman is in BSF, he is posted in Jodhpur these days
  • He was admitted to Jodhpur AIIMS after swelling in his muscles, expressing his desire to meet the family.
  • The second case is from Balasore district of Odisha, where the landlord did not let the cancer patient enter the house

Amidst the corona infection and lockdown tightness, a 50-year-old woman from Kerala reached Jodhpur in Rajasthan to meet her hospitalized son. For this, he traveled 2 thousand 700 kilometers by crossing the border of 6 states by car. During this time, her daughter-in-law and other relatives were also riding in the car. All people reached Rajasthan from Kerala in three days.

Kerala resident Seelamma Vasan told the news agency that my son Arun Kumar (29 years) is in BSF. He is posted in Jodhpur these days. He has problems with myositis (inflammation of muscles), but now he is getting some rest. AIIMS doctors told us about Arun’s condition and decided to come here. Then came to Rajasthan via Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat. Arun came home on leave in February. He also has a one-year-old son.

‘Thanks to those who provided the necessary passes for the journey’

 

Seelamma says that all restrictions are in place on movement during the lockdown. But by the grace of God, we were able to reach Jodhpur without any trouble. Thanks to Union Minister V Muralitharan, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and all those who provided us with the necessary passes to help with this. Workers of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad had arranged a cab for the family.

Second story: When the cancer patient returned from the hospital, the owner did not allow him to enter the house.

A cancer patient living in the Balasore district of Odisha, who was involved in the corona infection hotspot, went to the hospital in Bhubaneswar for treatment on Thursday. It is alleged that when he returned home, the landlord did not let him enter the house. After this, the patient’s family remained outside the house for about 8 hours at night. They then took refuge in a relative’s house. The administration is now preparing legal action against the landlord when the matter comes to notice.

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