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Belthangady: Woman in Seon Ashram reunites with her family


Team Udayavani, Dec 12, 2018, 1:01 PM IST

Belthangady: A mentally ill woman who was joined to Seon Ashram at Gandibagilu by Dharmasthala police recovered from her ailment and informed of her address by which now she has happily rejoined her family.

A woman identified as Sushila (45), who was attempting to commit suicide near Netravati Snana Ghatta was brought and admitted into Seon Ashram on Nov 29th by Dharmasthala PSI. During this time, the woman had lost her mental balance and was in a state where she couldn’t even introduce herself. Later, she was provided care at Seon Ashram where she started recovering her mental health and in slowly started divulging information that she was from Kokarni near Petri in Hebri. With this little information, Brahmavar police were able to the address of the woman post which her family members were informed.

Originally, the family is from Uttara Kannada but is now residing in Hebri. Sushila’s son had given a complaint to the police that his mother had escaped at Brahmavar. But Sushila was not located. On Dec 8th, the son Nagaraj and Savitri took permission from Dharmasthala police and transferred Sushila from Seon Ashram to Chowdahalli village in Mundgod taluk of Uttara Kannada district.

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