On account of excessive concern of contracting COVID-19, a lady locked herself and her minor son of their home in Gurugram’s Chakkarpur for 3 years. The stunning matter got here to gentle when the girl’s husband Sujan Majhi, who’s an engineer with a non-public firm, approached the cops deployed on the Chakkarpur police publish.
At his request, a group of police, well being officers and members of the kid welfare division reached the residence on Tuesday and broke open the primary door and rescued Munmun Majhi and her 10-year-old son. Disturbing visuals from inside the home present a pile of garments, hair, rubbish, filth, and groceries strewn round.
NDTV has learnt that the boy’s mom used to chop the kid’s and her personal hair at house. In the meantime, cooking was accomplished by means of induction as a substitute of a fuel range in the home. Even the rubbish of the home was not thrown out for 3 years and nobody had visited the home in these years. The kid used to make work on the partitions of the home and used to solely examine with pencils. Shockingly, the girl’s son had not even seen the solar within the final three years.
All this whereas, neighbours had no clue that each of them are locked in the home. A police official mentioned that the girl was in a state of panic as a consequence of Covid-19 and she or he believed that her son would die if he stepped out of the home.
Throughout the three years of confinement along with her son, the girl didn’t enable even her husband into the home. He had stepped out of house for workplace in 2020 after the primary lockdown restrictions have been lifted and was not allowed to enter the home ever since then.
The one method Mr Majhi stayed related together with his household was by means of video calls. He would pay the month-to-month lease of the home, clear the electrical energy payments, deposit his son’s faculty charges, purchase groceries and greens and even depart the luggage of ration exterior the primary door.
After the rescue, the mother-son duo was rushed to the civil hospital.