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Telangana Woman Who Rode 1,400 KM on Scooter to Bring Her Stranded Son Home is Internet’s Fav Mom

Love for her son, braveness, and dedication made a lady in Telangana experience practically 1,400 km on a scooter over three days to deliver him house after he acquired caught in Nellore in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh owing to COVID-19 lockdown.

Razia Begum (48) set out on the arduous journey on Monday morning armed with native police permission, rode solo to Nellore and returned together with her youthful son on Wednesday night, displaying an endurance stage even seasoned rallyists would discover onerous to match.

“It was a difficult journey on a small two-wheeler for a woman. But the determination to bring my son back overtook all my fears. I packed rotis and they kept me going. It was fearsome in the nights with no traffic movement and people on roads,” the courageous mom informed PTI on Thursday.

She is a authorities college headmistress from Bodhan city in Nizamabad district, about 200 kms from right here. Razia, who misplaced her husband 15 years in the past, had been dwelling together with her two sons, an engineering graduate, and 19-year previous Nizamuddin, aspiring to affix MBBS.

He had gone to Rahamatabad in Nellore district on 12 March to drop his good friend and stayed again there. Meanwhile, the lockdown was introduced following the coronavirus outbreak and he couldn’t return.

Razia was anguished to listen to from her son that he was determined to affix the household and determined to fetch him again herself. The girl didn’t ship her elder son as she thought police may mistake him for a joyrider and detain him.

Once the information broke on social media, netizens saluted Razia’s grit, dedication, and love for her son.

After initially contemplating taking a automotive, she discarded the thought and selected her two-wheeler. On the morning of 6 April, she started the journey and reached Nellore the following day afternoon.

She left for house city on the identical day alongside together with her son and reached Bodhan on Wednesday night, Razia stated.

She had packed “rotis” to maintain her from starvation pangs and rode on, making stops at gas stations and quenching her thirst at sure factors all alongside the best way. Nizamuddin has accomplished his intermediate and has undergone teaching for the MBBS entrance examination.

(With PTI inputs)

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