Retired Bank Manager left home due to cruelty by son and daughter in law

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Agra: On Monday, Uttam Singh, a retired bank manager, arrived at the Ramlal Old Age Home in Sikandra, Agra, accompanied by his wife. Their arrival was marked by tears as Uttam’s wife shared the heartbreaking tale of their son and daughter-in-law’s cruelty. They revealed that they were subjected to daily abuse, enduring physical beatings and deprivation of basic necessities such as food. Additionally, their son and daughter-in-law would seize the pension that they received. Overwhelmed by the relentless harassment, the couple sought solace at the old age home.

Dheeraj Chaudhari, a staff member at the ashram, recounted that Uttam Singh and his wife arrived in the afternoon after enduring days of hunger and thirst. As soon as they were provided with a much-needed meal, Uttam’s wife opened up about the ordeal they had endured. Concerned about their well-being, the staff attempted to contact their son, but their attempts went unanswered.

The arrival of Uttam Singh and his wife at the Ramlal Old Age Home serves as a stark reminder of the vulnerability and mistreatment that some elderly individuals face within their own families. It is a poignant call to action for society to address and rectify such injustices, ensuring the safety and dignity of our seniors.

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  1. Son and daughter-in- law wait for their old age with young age of their children.

    Old age has to come to every person one day or the other.

  2. A proper enquiry shd be done.
    If found guilty, son and daughter-in-law
    Shd be taken to task.
    They shd be asked to pay for their stay in the Senior Citizen Home as Pension may not be enough to meet all their needs.

  3. After retirement, do not participate with earned wealth & property all at a time and do not feel insecure.
    As long as you hold property & wealth in your name, they respect & take care. Once u surrender, their behaviour will be different.

  4. संस्कृति और संस्कार भूल रहे हैं बच्चे बच्चियां। सरकार को कठोरतम कानून लाना चाहिए इस संबंध में।

  5. Establishment of retirement homes for such people are most needed now a day. Lot of retired persons are subject to disregard and abuse in the hands of their children and unable to continue with them. The retirement homes with necessary arrangements will show a way for those who are retired and want to live a peaceful life. But at the same time there must be proper control over such homes to avoid misuse of funds and mistreatment.

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