A woman rides 1,400 km in a two-wheeled vehicle to retrieve her stranded son in Andhra Pradesh
HYDERABAD: defying strict closing rules, a school teacher rode 1,400 km on her scooty to bring her son back home. , a teacher in Bodhan, , undertook the arduous journey as her son was stuck in in AP .
The teacher , who took a letter of permission from the local DSP, was stopped at many places but managed to convince police and other officials about the necessity to make the trip. "It was not difficult," she told reporters after reaching her hometown with her son.
Razia Begum with her son. . (Photo: ANI)
Razia's son Nizamuddin, an intermediate student, enrolled in a training academy in Hyderabad, as he was eager to become a doctor. Nizamuddin had gone to Bodhan last month along with a friend of Nellore's. When the friend's father became ill, they both went to Nellore on March 12. But due to the confinement, Nizamuddin was unable to make the trip back home.
I had to travel along forest areas too: Razia
As there was no exit for Nizamuddin, Razia approached the Bodhan ACP, Jaipal Reddy, for help.
With the letter in hand, Razia, who has three children, two sons, and one daughter, decided to travel in her two-wheeled vehicle and arrived in Nellore on April 7. He took his son and immediately started the return trip. He arrived in Bodhan on April 8.
“I also had to travel through forest areas. I was not afraid of anything. All I wanted was to get my son back, said Razia.