Razia Begum from Nizamabad district in Telangana rode her two-wheeler to Nellore in Andhra Pradesh after her teen son got stranded in Andhra Pradesh
TELANGANA| The nationwide lockdown has brought many inspiring stories out of the box. The most affected class of the society the poor and the needy are feed by many, applauding health workers, policemen and sanitation workers. Amongst all one unique story stood out today on internet and netizens could not have enough of it.
In lockdown days social media plays an important role be entertainment or newsgathering. In this time one mother drove 1,400 km cross the borders to bring her 17-year-old boy back to the family.
The 50-year-old teacher name Razia Begum who resides in Nizamabad district in Telangana decided to bring her son back to the family who was stuck in Hyderabad. She rides her two-wheeler to Nellore in Andhra Pradesh after her teen son got stranded there.
Razia Begum is a school teacher in the small town of Bodhan on the Maharashtra-Telangana border. Razia started her journey on Monday morning. She reached Nellore on the Andhra Pradesh-Tamil Nadu border on her Scooty on Tuesday afternoon. She picked up her 17-year-old son Mohammed Nizamuddin and rode back home on Wednesday evening. In this three-day-long journey, Razia covered 1,400 KM to see her son.
Razia is a single mother of two children, she has a son and a daughter. Her son named Nizamuddin was preparing for his medical examinations in Hyderabad and had travelled to Nellore to help his friend’s ill father when the lockdown came into effect.
Upon hearing about the lockdown, Nizamuddin’s mother approached Bodhan ACP Jaipal Reddy who provided her with a curfew pass. With some food in her bag, Razia Begum embarked on her journey to Nellore to bring her son back.