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JAMMU: BJP State head IT & Social Media Sh. Jaidev Rajwal while visiting in SCs locality in Ward No. 8 on ‘Rashtriya Samarsta Diwas’ came across a quite heart wrenching and unfortunate tragic tale of a mother belongs to SC community who has been knocking every door to know about the whereabouts of her son missing for last 17 years. Kamla Devi Widow of Late Som Nath tears have been dried up waiting for her son to come back home but this wait of destitute woman is getting more painful with each passing day.

Mr. Rajwal said that it was a really hard story to listen to; a pity story in many ways. But she didn’t ask for my pity. He further stated that she was really demanding to know her about Apple’s eye whose absence in the household made her life almost unlivable. Kamla Devi, submerged in deep state of sadness narrated her story. She said that her son Ashwani Kumar used to work in Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) on ad hoc basis in year 2002 and he was 27 years old on the day he went missing. She said that he went to work but never came back till today.

“I knocked every door, went to every authority, leader, police, administrator, NGO etc. but no one paid any heed to my trouble. I did not get any response from everywhere and it seemed that nobody was interested to mitigate the pain of mother. No one left any stone unturned to exploit the constraint of helpless mother for their vested interest”, she maintained. Kamla Devi who keeps deep faith in Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi wants to meet him so that she can apprise PM about the tragic story her missing son.

Mr. Rajwal patiently listened to the story and assured her every possible help. He said that he will take up the matter with public and police administration moreover; he will talk to JMC Mayor Sh. Chander Mohan Gupta to do the needful as early as possible.  He further said that it is quite depressing that no one came to fore to help the old mother but he will try his best to mitigate her suffering. Mr. Rajwal further said that there are scores of such stories of agony in the society and it needs utmost conviction to resolve the crisis.  

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