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Coronavirus Lockdown: Mom Rides 1400 Km For Her Son:- The whole country is left in lockdown and the borders for the states, districts are completely shut. A woman in Telangana had to ride for 1400 km on her scooter for three days to bring her son home which got stuck in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh because of the coronavirus restrictions. 48-year-old Razia Begum started her journey on Monday after she acquired the local permissions and travelled all the way to Nellore and returned back with her younger son on the evening of Wednesday. While everyone is struggling to come out of their homes, Razia rushed for her son.
The brave mother said that it was quite difficult to travel on her two-wheeler for such a long distance and it is her determination that brought her son back. She said that she packed rotis which made her kept going. She was worried in the nights as the roads were isolated. Razia Begum is a headmistress in a government school in Bodhan town, Nizamabad district. She lost her husband 15 years ago and she is living with her two sons. Her younger son Nizamuddin is preparing for MBBS entrance. He went to Rahmatabad in Nellore to drop his friend on March 12th and was stuck there.
Telangana: Razia Begum from Bodhan, Nizamabad rode around 1,400 km on a 2-wheeler to Nellore in Andhra Pradesh, to bring back her son who was stranded there. She says, "I explained my situation to Bodhan ACP & he gave me a letter of permission to travel". (9.4.20) #CoronaLockdown pic.twitter.com/JHfRbdjOa1— ANI (@ANI) April 10, 2020
With the government announcing lockdown, the whole country is shut and he could not return back home. It was then, Razia Begum went on the road on her scooter and returned back home with her son.