An elderly resident of India for 40 years he lived in shelters with her family and found a family thanks to the information from the Internet and WhatsApp. This publication reports the Gulf News.
In 1979, the truck driver noticed going down the road in the district of Damoh in the state of Madhya Pradesh a woman. Stranger named Panuba (Panchubai), who was then 53 years old, said he lost trying to escape from the attack of bees. “She was bitten by honey bees, and she couldn’t speak clearly”, explained the son of a truck driver Israr Khan (Israr Khan).
Father Khan took the woman home and she went to live with his family. “We called her Mousie Accan (Achchhan Mausi). She was mentally unstable and muttered in Marathi language we didn’t understand. I sometimes asked her about her family, but she didn’t tell us anything,” said Israr Khan. He tried to find a home Panuba via Facebook, but this does not lead to anything. “Later, she talked about the place that was called “Changma Nagar” but the search returned no result”, — he said.
4 may 2020, introduced during the pandemic coronavirus quarantine, Khan again asked the woman, who is now 93 years old, her hometown. “She started talking about a place called Partapur. We searched it online and found out that in Maharashtra there is a city Paraspur”, — said Khan.
On 7 may, he contacted the owner of the store in Paraspur, whose name is Abhishek (Abhishek) and told him about the woman. The merchant replied that near the city there is a village called Changma Nagar. Thereafter the Khan sent Abisheka live with a woman, and he published it in the local group WhatsApp.
Video older women came to Prithvi for Bhilala of Singana (Prithvi Bhaiyalal Shingane), Panuba grandson, who lives in the city of Nagpur, Maharashtra. The family of Singana wanted to take her home, but they were prevented by the quarantine. On June 17, when introduced because of the coronavirus restrictions have been relaxed, Shinhan took my grandmother home.
The woman was unable to see his son — he died in 2017. Shinhan said in 1979, his grandmother tonight left the house and told neighbors that he was going to go to the father. On the day she disappeared. “My father was looking for her for years, but to no avail. It would be much better if I found her three years ago,” he said.
Not only sheltered her Muslim family and the entire village of about 500 people broke into tears when they said goodbye.
Earlier it was reported that suffering from amnesia Chinese migrant worker remembered his home and family after a 30 year lapse. In February, he saw a news story about the epidemic of the coronavirus, which was filmed in his hometown, and suddenly remembered where he came from.
Video, photo All from Russia.