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About two months after a 44-year-old woman with partial memory loss went missing on a train on the outskirts of Delhi, she has been reunited with her family after a brain tumour surgery at GB Pant hospital as her memory returned "miraculously".
Sarvesh Kumar Sharma was bringing his wife Babby to Delhi from their hometown in Kannauj in the second week of January to get her treated for her "mental illness" that started about two years ago.
"She would have frequent fits and her memory was very weak. She would forget her old friends from the neighbourhood, and sometimes she forgot what she was doing midway through tasks," said Sharma, sitting next to his smiling wife in the hospital ward.
After treatment in Kanpur failed to improve her condition, Sharma, who works in a Delhi factory, was bringing her to the capital. At the Shahadra railway station, he went to use the toilet and his wife was gone when he returned to the coach.
"I looked for her frantically, calling out her name repeatedly running around the compartment. Some fellow passengers then told me she had followed me out. By this time the train had already started moving. So I got down at Old Delhi, the next station," he added.
He got several announcements made at the Old Delhi station but there was no response. Sharma then went back to Shahadra station and filed a missing person's complaint at the police post. The family has since published ads in several newspapers in Delhi and Kannauj, but there was no response.
Meanwhile, Babby was having her own tryst with adventure in Delhi. She reportedly got off the train at Shahadra and roamed around the station for a few hours. Satender Singh, a police inspector, found her and produced her before a Delhi court that issued orders for her treatment.
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