Restoring faith in humanity.

The Logical Indian

October 7th, 2014

“She was found near the sec-bad railway station road on Friday evening left on the street unattended for 5 whole days, fully wounded and had a terrible infection on the hand, unable to move. She was rescued and taken to Gandhi hospital in an ambulance with a constable and was treated and stayed over that night there. A head constable of Gopalpuram PS (the guy on the left with a patched eye) came over the night she was at the hospital and conducted an enquiry. He then dispatched the info to all the control rooms in surrounding areas. Padmavathi was then taken in by George Buzzworks on Saturday morning, was given bath, fed and shaved her head. She was alright and doing fine. Sunday evening she was visited and had a jolly good time.

Late Sunday night we received a call from the PS saying padmavathi’s children had been located and they were on their way to see their mother. The head constables work paid off. I want to make this very clear to everyone on the social media, it was NOT the fault of the children. Mrs. Padmavathi, the children (the one in blue saree and white shirt) claim was mentally unstable and often wandered away from home. She had wandered off many-a-times before.

But 6 months ago, she wandered off and couldn’t be found. The children desperate to find their mother lodged a complaint at every PS. But failed to get proper info. When the Gopalpuram PS informed about this lady, they were immediately alarmed and started off to Hyderabad. They reached the old age home along with RAHUL (the boy in the middle) , saw their mother and were in tears.. And then by that we knew how much they were trying to find her.
Padmavathi is safe and reunited to her family. She decided to go with her daughter. She is happy. We are happy. God is rejoicing above all.

It was amazing to re-unite a mother with her children. It was surely God who brought the pieces of the puzzle together. Unfortunately, I did not get the privilege of bidding her farewell. I wanted to at least say goodbye, but couldn’t as I had an exam. I will miss her and I may not see her again. May God be with her we love you grandma u fought brave, YOU MADE IT!
CHEERS TO EVERYONE!

ABOVE ALL, GLORY TO MY JESUS CHRIST WHO PROTECTED HER!”

-Jasper Paul

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