Mom rides 1,400km on scooty to get son home
HYDERABAD: Braving the stringent lockdown norms, a school teacher rode 1,400km on her two-wheeler to bring her son back home.
Razia Begum, a teacher in Bodhan, Nizamabad, undertook the arduous journey as her son was stuck in Andhra Pradesh’s Nellore town.
The teacher, who took a permission letter from police, was stopped at several places but managed to convince authorities about the necessity of undertaking the journey. “It was not difficult,” she told reporters after reaching her hometown with her son.
Razia’s son Nizamuddin, an intermediate student, was enrolled in a coaching academy in Hyderabad as he wants to become a doctor. Nizamuddin had gone to Bodhan last month along with a friend from Nellore. As the friend got to know that his father was unwell, both of them travelled to Nellore on March 12. However, because of the lockdown, Nizamuddin was unable to make the journey back home.
All I wanted was to get my son back: Razia
As there was no way out for Nizamuddin, Razia approached Bodhan ACP Jaipal Reddy for help.
With the letter in hand, Razia, who has three children — two sons and a daughter — decided to travel on her two-wheeler and reached Nellore on April 7. She took her son and immediately started off on the return journey.
She reached Bodhan on April 8. “I had to travel along forest area roads too. I was not scared of anything. All I wanted was to get my son back,” Razia said.
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Ramesh T M
Not sure whether this sccooty travel to get a fairly grown up son, who has the where withall to move places is worth it. Can be construed as an act of defiance.
Everyone who is fuming, just take a chill pill. 1st thing 1st, she's a mother and a mother will do anything for her children.
media please be responsible about what you publish. media should not encourage these things but look at larger picture
NO MOM CAN BEAT INDIAN MOMS... THEY R BEST..
Media should not flash this news, it will encourage to follow others also, and will defeat the purpose of social distancing and stay at home.
Media, please think before publishing these news, which will give wrong message
Even my child is at Delhi,Shall I rush like this lady-no I will not do because I believe Safety norms declared by GOVERNMENT is my priority in the favour of my self and society.
A great effort by a great mother. Hats of to you madam for your long journey. Wishing your son best of luck to be a doctor.
U C Sharma
Bodhwal ACP Jaipal Reddy should be given notice to explain why he considered to give police pass for such a personal satisfaction of that lady
. they should have contacted authorities to get help. if everyone drives to get their people then why lockdown, lift it. even if she thinks she did right,it needs no publicity.
every young man or woman want to become Doctor for extra money without realizing hardship faced by them
khan Ghulam Mohammad
That's purely MOTHER's Love. No Religion, no rubbish comments please.