A 50-year-old girl travelled 2700 km in a car crisscrossing 6 states to meet her critically in poor health son, a BSF jawan in Jodhpur, regardless of strict lockdown restrictions due to Covid-19.
The girl was accompanied by her daughter-in-law and one other relative throughout the journey, which they lined in 3 days time.
Speaking to PTI from Jodhpur in Rajasthan, Sheelamma Vasan stated the well being situation of her son, Arun Kumar (29), who was affected by myositis, (inflamationof muscle groups), was enhancing.
“Due to god’s grace we have reached here without any problems anywhere”, she stated.
The household was knowledgeable by a Malayali physician at AIIMS in Jodhpur about Arun Kumar’s situation following which they determined to undertake the journey from Kerala via Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat to attain Rajasthan.
Thanks to the intervention of Union Minister V Muraleedharan, workplace of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Congress chief, Oommen Chandy, the household may get mandatory passes for the journey across the states.
Volunteers of Hindu assist line, a VHP organisation, helped in arranging a cab and two taxi drivers freed from value to take them to Jodhpur.
After getting mandatory passes organized by Kottayam District Collector P Okay Sudheer Babu,Sheelaamma accompanied by her daughter-in-law Parvathyand one other relative set off on the journey from Panackachira village in Koruthodu panchayat in Kottayam on April 11and reached Jodhpur on 14th, “Vishu” (Malaylam new 12 months).
The jawan, who had come to his village in February finish on go away and days after his return had fallen in poor health, had expressed want to meet his mom and spouse.
Arun kumar’s one 12 months previous baby is in Kerala.
This mom’s journey comes shut on the heels of one other girl who rode 1400 km on her two wheeler from Telangana to carry again her son caught in Andhra Pradesh.
The Burqa-clad mother, Razia Sultana, a college instructor from Bodhan city in Telangana undertook the journey on her scooter and broughther son, a scholar from Rehmatabadin Andhra Pradesh.