Nizamabad Legal services’ officials rescue old woman abandoned by children

Soni Satti

Nizamabad’s district legal services authority (DLSA) officials rescued a 90- year-old woman who had been abandoned by her family.

The woman was found lying in the street opposite the police commissioner’s office. The plight of the woman who had been begging for food in the town for a few weeks and had collapsed three days ago was brought to the attention of DLSA secretary Kiran Mahi by a group of young people who were running a voluntary organisation called Indur Yuvatha Association.

The woman was taken to the local government hospital on the orders of the DLSA chairperson and principal District Judge Sai Rama Devi. Padma Singh, a paralegal volunteer, and revenue officials charged with finding the woman’s family found that the old woman’s name is Nagubai and that she has two sons and a daughter.

Nagubai was staying with her younger sibling. The mother, on the other hand, was mistreated by both the son and the daughter. The daughter was enraged because her mother had given her one acre of land to her younger sibling, who had then abandoned her. Nagubai’s children were summoned and counselled by authorities.

The mother’s hands were injured. Officials said she did not complain against her children, but only expressed her joy at seeing them and said that she had been injured when she fell on the road.

Meanwhile, her younger brother decided to take the responsibility to look after her and drove her home. Officials have arranged a counselling session next week for the daughter who reportedly attacked her mother

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