Wailing Family appeals LG for her repatriation
Sumbal, 15 April: The wailing paternal family members of Nesbal lady Nasreensa D/O Sonawulla Wagay whose husband a Shawl merchant Ghulam Rasool Reshi resident of Dara Saidpora Harwan area of Central Kashmir’s Srinagar district, died recently in Kolkatta, are moving from pillar to post for getting their stuck daughter and her 6 year old child evacuated from Kolkata back to her home.
Desperate family members of the said lady told Current News Service – CNS that their Son-in-law suffered a cardiac arrest in Kolkatta on 7th of this month and was immediately rushed to nearby hospital there, where doctors declared him brought dead. The dead body of the deceased instead of handing over to his family back in Kashmir was buried against the wishes of the family of the deceased by the authorities and was buried in Kolkata near a mosque in howrah bridge area,while his wife and her 6 year old child have been kept in captivity and are not being sent back to home.
“Now Nasreena along with her 6 year old child are stuck badly at Bilius road Tiki Pada near bibi masjid gali district Howrah in West Bengal and are having no means of livelihood and are facing starvation and mental stress.Now we don’t want the dead body of the deceased but we are appealing the authorities concerned to get the stuck family repatriated on humanitarian grounds as there is no male member in the paternal home or at her in laws who could take care of her except her old aged father-in-law.” the destitute relatives of the lady said.
Pertinently, the father of the widow has also died 15 years back at Dehli and her brother too has expired about 15 years back in a drowning incident at Manasbal .Now the paternal family of lady is lacking any caretaker. They again appealed the LG administration to help them in this period of grief as they are ready to remain in quarantine here if the authorities so desire but want to reach their hometown, relatives added.