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Kashmiri women help �missing� pilgrim return home safely

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BISWANATH CHARIALI, July 27 - In a heart-warming case of humanity, Bhola Borah (72) of Saraijania village under Sootea Police Station in Biswanath district, who was reported missing on July 14 while returning from the Vaishno Devi Temple in Kashmir, arrived home safely on Thursday, courtesy two Kashmiri women.

According to Borah, he was reportedly waylaid by some miscreants at Katra Railway Station in Kashmir by feeding him food laced with drugs. Borah woke up the next day in an abandoned spot near the railway station. His money and clothes were missing by then.

As he was moving about in the area in an unstable manner, some women happened to notice him. One Pinky and her neighbour Rakhi came forward to help him and Borah narrated his plight before them. Taking pity, Pinki brought him to their home and nurtured him for three days. Borah�s health condition, it may be mentioned, was deteriorating a bit.

Fortunately, when Borah recovered, Pinky�s husband managed a train ticket for Borah to return home. They also provided him Rs 2,000 along with some food to take during his return journey.

Borah�s family members were naturally overwhelmed with joy when he returned home safely. Borah�s family expressed their gratitude to those women telephonically.

Borah�s wife and son, who were in the meantime camping in New Delhi to manage his return, was also informed about the matter.

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Kashmiri women help �missing� pilgrim return home safely

BISWANATH CHARIALI, July 27 - In a heart-warming case of humanity, Bhola Borah (72) of Saraijania village under Sootea Police Station in Biswanath district, who was reported missing on July 14 while returning from the Vaishno Devi Temple in Kashmir, arrived home safely on Thursday, courtesy two Kashmiri women.

According to Borah, he was reportedly waylaid by some miscreants at Katra Railway Station in Kashmir by feeding him food laced with drugs. Borah woke up the next day in an abandoned spot near the railway station. His money and clothes were missing by then.

As he was moving about in the area in an unstable manner, some women happened to notice him. One Pinky and her neighbour Rakhi came forward to help him and Borah narrated his plight before them. Taking pity, Pinki brought him to their home and nurtured him for three days. Borah�s health condition, it may be mentioned, was deteriorating a bit.

Fortunately, when Borah recovered, Pinky�s husband managed a train ticket for Borah to return home. They also provided him Rs 2,000 along with some food to take during his return journey.

Borah�s family members were naturally overwhelmed with joy when he returned home safely. Borah�s family expressed their gratitude to those women telephonically.

Borah�s wife and son, who were in the meantime camping in New Delhi to manage his return, was also informed about the matter.

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