Jharkhand woman reunited with family
A 21-year-old Jharkhand woman who ran away from home seven months ago for being reprimanded by mother and sister-in-law was reunited with her family...
Khammam: A 21-year-old Jharkhand woman who ran away from home seven months ago for being reprimanded by mother and sister-in-law was reunited with her family on Tuesday night by the police commissioner Tafseer Iqbal and the officials of the Integrated Child Development Scheme officials, a press release said on Wednesday.
The woman, Nazia Parveen, ran away from home in May last year on being chided by mother and sister-in-law for not sharing daily chores. She was spotted by the One-Town police moving under suspicious circumstances at the railway station here. They took her to the police commissioner who questioned her in Hindi, but failed to elicit proper replies from the woman. For her protection, she was entrusted to the custody of the Woman and Child Welfare department officials through Circle Inspector Anjali. She was under the care and protection of the ICDS project director Varalakshmi for the past seven months.
On Tuesday night, her father Sohail Khan consulted One-Town police along with a photograph, a missing woman complaint lodged with the Ranchi police, Aadhaar card and other information. The police informed Srinivas of the Annam Foundation, who took him to the Ujjwala Foundation, where the father met his daughter. They broke down upon seeing each other. Her father works as a driver. She has four brothers. Additional DCP K Suresh Kumar, ACP Ganesh, CI Anjali and others were present when Khan met his daughter Nazia.