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Telangana woman rides 1,400 Km on her scooty to bring back son stranded in Andhra Pradesh | Oneindia

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Telangana woman rides 1,400 Km on her scooty to bring back son stranded in Andhra Pradesh | Oneindia

Telangana woman rides 1,400 Km on her scooty to bring back son stranded in Andhra Pradesh | Oneindia

We have seen heart wrenching visauls of migrant labourers walking hundreds of kilometeres on foot to their villages after the lockdown was announced, but a mother did the unusual to bring back her stranded son.

A woman in Telangana rode nearly 1,400 km on a scooter over three days amid the nationwide lockdown to bring her stranded son home from Nellore in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh.

48-YEAR-OLD Razia Begum set out on a challenging journey on Monday morning armed with local police permission.

She rode solo to Nellore and returned with her younger son on Wednesday evening, showing a courage that only a mother can show.

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