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Uttar Pradesh / Rampur: This story is no less than separation in Kumbh Mela! Disappeared at the age of 9, grandmother kept searching with photos, now tears of joy

You must have seen in old films that a child gets lost in the Kumbh Mela. His family keeps searching for him like crazy all his life. Do not lose courage, and in old age the child becomes young and stands in front of them. He is reminded of his childhood and he remembers. This film story has come true in Rampur district of Uttar Pradesh. Zakir’s 9-year-old son Bilal, a resident of Sejani Nankar in Rampur, suddenly disappeared in 2009. Bilal’s maternal grandfather Mahmood registered the missing of the child in Thana Ganj. The police started looking for the child. The search for the child was intensified. Still the child was not found. Eventually the search was called off, but the child’s maternal grandmother (Biba) did not give up. She took an old photo of her grandson and kept searching for him. Wherever she went, she used to show her newborn’s photo and used to cry, everywhere she would get disappointment. But he had full hope that one day he would definitely get his Nawasa.

Grandmother got Navasa after 13 years

After 13 years, like everyday, she went out in search of her grandson. She was crying after showing that photo to a stranger woman. That woman looked at the photo carefully and said that it is Rehan’s photo. Baby Nani said do you know my Bilal. Where is that tell me. That woman brought him home and made Rehan talk to Delhi on video call. Seeing Rehan (Bilal) on video call, tears could not stop from his eyes. Rehan was called from Delhi.

A meeting was held in which all the issues were asked. Nani told about head injury and toe nail. The same father Zakir told that its appearance is exactly like that of its mother. His mother had died, his mother’s photo was shown, then Rihan was also convinced that he was his son Bilal. Then happiness returned to the family.

Work at tea shop

Bilal told that he remembers that he was crying in Delhi’s Jama Masjid. Only then a man named Riyaz helped him, fed him food and asked him son, who are you, what is your name, where did you come from, but Bilal did not remember anything. Riyaz left the child at a tea stall in Laxminagar, Delhi. The tea shop owner named him Rihan and he started working there. One day Shahid Miyan, a resident of Rampur reached there and seeing the child working asked him who are you son. The child told the whole story.

Shahid Miyan got Rehaan married

Shahid Miyan explained to the child that son, this work will spoil your life. The child liked his words and the child expressed his desire to go with Shahid Miyan. Shahid Miyan brought him to his residence in Mohalla Gadiwan of Rampur. Taught him the work of zari embroidery and his wife Imrana Bi raised Rihan along with their children. When Rihan stood on his feet. So Shahid Miyan and Imrana Bi got Rihan married. Now Rihan has two children, a 3-year-old daughter and a 2-year-old son.