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Razia Begum, a Telangana woman rode 1400 km on a two-wheeler to bring back her son who was stranded in Andhra Pradesh.

An article by the NDTV confirms that Razia Begum rode about 1400 Km to bring back her son who was stranded in Andhra Pradesh during the lockdown.

In the youtube video, the woman can be seen speaking to reporters where she claims that she rode on a scooter for around 1400 kilometres to bring her son back home as he was stranded in Andhra Pradesh.

News18 article on 12 April 2020, stated that a woman in Telangana named Razia Begum rode over three days to bring home her son who was stuck in Andhra Pradesh after the government suspended transportation and imposed nationwide lockdown to control the spread of the coronavirus.

Razia Begum started her journey on 12 April on her scooter after getting permission from the local police to travel.

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