It was an occasion of farewell for Jhansi,an inmate of Kozhikode short stay home.She has gone back to her native place, Andhra Pradesh with her brother,today.And, her family had been waiting for her home-coming after they lost her long back.
A simple send-off program was organized to witness the first ever moment of the returning of an inmate from the Vellimadukunnu short stay home.
Jhansi showed mental illness while leaving her home,said her relatives.She had been suffering from such disorder for two years at the time of leaving her home.
An Andhra man Lakshman Rao had adopted her for some time.But,later he sent her back to her parents.
Jhansi left her home without saying any word to her parents,one day.
Kozhikode Vanitha Police caught her from the city on July 3,2016. She was 23 years, then. She didn’t speak a word those days.
When she showed mental illness she was taken to the mental hospital at Kuthiravattom. She followed the treatment,regularly and took her medicines, promptly.And,gradually she showed sign of normalcy.
Meanwhile a social activist and former employee with the central government , M.Jayan collected some information from Jhansi. It was a breakthrough in her life.
She wrote her names and address in English.She had studied up to class 10,he understood during a communication with her.
Sivan contacted East Godawari police and spoke to Jhansi’s relatives. Her family was ready to take her back.
Jhansi’s brother , Lokesh,panchayath member,Kolamoori Sivaji,were among the five member team who came down to receive Jhansi from the short stay home.
Jahnsi returned back to her place in Chennai Mailfrom Kozhikode railway station,on Thursday evening.
She is a native of East Godawari Ramachandrapuram Muchumilli in Andhra Pradesh.