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Wednesday, June 05, 2013 8:18:43 PM (IST)  

Bangalore : Senior citizen found chained on roof of son's house

Chained and left to rot, senior citizen walks to freedom

Updated

Bangalore, Jun 6 (DHNS): A 93-year-old man was rescued by the City police from the terrace of his house near Banashankari Temple where his family had allegedly chained him for the last one-and-a-half years. The nonagenarian was hardly fed, and left to defecate in a narrow open space.

Anantaiah Setty was on Wednesday found chained below an elevated platform erected for the overhead tank.

H S Revanna, DCP (South), said he was “shocked” to find the elderly man in such an “inhuman” condition. “The space was not secure from the scorching sun, the biting cold and harsh rains. He was simply at the mercy of God,” Revanna said. “The space was stinking as he had been defecating in the open. He was fed in the same filthy place.”

Setty, who was later shifted to Jayanagar General Hospital, said his family was “indifferent” to his plight. “They didn’t look after me well. Not a single day in the last 18 months did they give me two square meals. I was left with no option but to beg in the neighbourhood,” he told Deccan Herald.

The incident came to light when residents of Shakambari Nagar, where the family lives, tipped off a Kannada news channel about Setty. Residents attributed their activism to the rescue of P Hemavathi who was allegedly confined to her house for a decade. The television channel, with police in tow, then “raided” the house.


‘Mentally unsound’

As the police team went to rescue Setty, his third son Suresh Kumar and daughter-in-law Kalpana ran up to the terrace, claiming  Setty was mentally unsound.

“His condition had not improved even after medical care. He had become a social nuisance. Hence, we chained him,” they said.

The police team, however, rescued the man against his family’s wishes. Revanna said the JP Nagar police had taken up a suo motu case of illegal confinement. Kumar and Kalpana were arrested, and released on bail by the 5th Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM).

Father of four well-settled sons who live in separate houses, and two daughters, Setty said Suresh Kumar and Kalpana chained him on the terrace a year and a half ago. “They would take me in only at night and when it rained,” he added. His son as well as the neighbours, however, claimed he was chained just six months ago. “Setty is incoherent and cannot even speak clearly,” they said.


Hope not lost

Setty says he has not lost all hope. He wishes to get adequate medical care and lead a normal life again. A native of Maralavadi village in Kanakapura taluk, Setty is resolute in his decision to not go back to his family. “I wish someone takes me to an ashram in Maralavadi,” he said. “At least I’ll get two square meals a day there.”

Doctors at Jayanagar General Hospital say Setty has lost reflexes in his left leg which was chained. He also had a festering wound in the ankle due to the rubbing of chain.


Detailed examination

Setty underwent a detailed medical examination and was referred to Jayadeva Hospital for electrocardiography. He was then shifted back to Jayanagar General Hospital. Several tests were to be conducted on him to ascertain the exact condition of his health, a senior doctor at the hospital said.

The procedure would take a day.



Earlier Report

Bangalore, Jun 5 (NDTV): A senior citizen in Bangalore was rescued today from the roof of his son's house, where he was regularly kept chained. Neighbours phoned the police for help.
 
"They tied me up today...They give me food, rice and saru..." said the man to a local television channel. Disturbing images before he was unchained show him crouching under a small enclose under the water tank on the roof. He was lying with his legs bent on a faded mattress, an empty plate next to him. 

"There was a foul smell...it was totally unhygienic," said senior police officer Revanna. The rescued man has been moved to a hospital and the police says it's likely to file a case against his son for illegal confinement and physical abuse.

The senior citizen's son, Suresh Hanumanthaiah Shetty lives in a lower middle-class neighbourhood and admitted that his father's chaining was a regular practice.  "He would keep making the house dirty. So in the morning we bring him and keep him here. In the evening we take him inside."

He insisted, "We give him food three times a day, morning, afternoon and evening. We give him a bath in the morning."

His wife, Kalpana, said that her father-in-law was kept locked up for his own good.  She said he often had diarrhoea and would "dirty the house" but added that was not the motive for banishing him to the roof. 

"We have only tied him up because he might fall down the stairs. That is the only reason...six months ago, he fell from the steps in another son's house."

The horrors of his story follow that of a 34-year-old woman who was rescued from her parents' home in Bangalore yesterday where she was kept locked up for five years. 

 

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Comments on this article
Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore
Friday, June 07, 2013

This is an unfotunate and condemnable incident of Bangalore.No one can be taken as good and will take care in your old age.The best thing old people can do is, not to transfer their property to the children and any trasnsfer or sharing is through will operative after the death of old people. Retain the ownership of the property till death.Government also to enact some act to safe guard the interst of the old citizens.Imprison the son with his wife who are culprit in this case.Thanq.

veena castelino, kankanady/New Zealand
Friday, June 07, 2013

Do not unnecessarily put the blame on Western culture.. If it is wrong it is wrong.. Would the daughter-in-law do what she did to her own parents....

rita/Germany, omzoor/Germany
Friday, June 07, 2013

IN Konkani they say,when the yellow leaf was falling down,greenone was laughing at it,forgetting she too has to go the same procedure.time will teach them.but may be he was on their way when they wanted to do their undertaking thats why was this Treatment like a animal.when one thinks this a shiver goes through your Body.God forgive them.what the other children were doing? they were not Aware of such "Care"?robbing his freedom,they should be punished for it.the children wont take him?why he should go to Ashram?these days such Problem is increasing day by day.

Edwin Nazareth., Shankerpura. Udipi
Thursday, June 06, 2013

I am asking simple question to the old mans children, when they are small and making dirty in the bed whether the father chained them outside the house? if not? what right they have got to do this, so I request public chain the husband and wife in the same way, so they will understand the feeling and pain how old man suffered.

Bulsam, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

I request all the philanthropists, the property builders and the Government to come forward and build Shelters for Senior Citizens at two to three localities with good open spaces for outdoor activities.
Type-1: Clusters of Cottages for rich senior citizens through ownership and monthly maintenance charges
Type-2: Apartment Blocks for affordable senior citizens for a Fees and a Refundable Deposits
Type-2: Tiled Blocks for the discarded or deserted senior citizens for Free

The ideal Old-age Home should have two different schemes:
Paid Shelter (For Affordable Senior Citizens): This should be for the senior citizens who wish to get admission in the old age home after registration and other procedures prescribed by the Home Trust.
They should be charged nominal Fees per month and a Refundable Deposit.

Free Shelter (For Discarded or Deserted Senior Citizens): This should be basically to provide shelter and other facilities free of cost for the senior citizens who are discarded or deserted by their own relatives.
Admission should be provided to both male and female senior citizens.

The Shelters should have the following
Facilities:
Single/double rooms
Full boarding and lodging facility
Library
Indoor games
Up-coming beautiful garden and landscaping
Services:
Nutritious food
Regular yoga and private prayers
Walking track and garden patch for light exercises
Regular medical checkups by doctors including specialties
Periodic outings and cultural programs
Home nurse services for the bed-ridden.

Bhandara, Mangalore, India
Thursday, June 06, 2013

It is really sad to read this article. I remember an incident that I read some years back. The son having fed up with his old parents breaking plates, went to his garage and started carving a wooden bowl to serve food to his old parents. His tiny son observed what father was doing and asked what is it he is doing? Father explained to his son the reality. A few days later, father heard some sound in the garage and went to investigate. To his surprise, he so his son trying to do exactly what he was doing few weeks earlier. He asked what is he doing? Son replied - Dad, when you become old, I need to make sure you too have a wooden bowl. Tears started pouring down his eyes. He immediately went in and destroyed the wooden bowl and started looking at his parents as a real son to his parents. We do learn lessons from our tiny tots - many times. Hope we all get enlightenment from this

Clement Lobo, Chikmaglore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

"ELLARA MANEYA DHOSE THOOTHU" (Congi, BJP, JDS.....Etc)

Chandrashekar Shetty, Surathkal / Mumbai
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Dear Roshan,
Please do not politise such issues. It is a family matter where son illtreated his father. What BJP and Congi role in this ?

Mangalore Ashok Pai, Car Street, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

We are guaranteed to get the same treatment the way we treat our parents, when our parents are ageing. It is because our children keep looking/listening at us when we are rude at our parents. Our children will be of the opinion that it is the way we treat a person who is old/aged. They do not know what is right and what is wrong. We need to educate our children on it.
Give your parents utmost respect and care as much as you can because when they are ageing they don't expect their children to give money or an independent house to stay in but they just need your love. That' it! For once give that and see the happiness on their face. That is something like you own an invaluable possession.
I love my parents!!!

jaya, doha
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Kaliyuga da Surpanikki mathu Ravana... evaru manusare alla.....

Ganesh, mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

mental issue always gives tention.

but if u give right treatment.

this issues can solved easly.

but giving punishment for parents is very sad news.

Reshma Lobo, Kuwait
Thursday, June 06, 2013

It is very sad to see a son ill-treating his father... They are our parents who brought us into this world.. Respect and treat them well..

prem, Moodbidri
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Parents... just be optimistic. But, never ever expect anything from your children.
If you give them good life, education, luxuries... don't assume, you will be looked after well, when you become old. It's destiny, if you are lucky you will get it, otherwise you will not.
There is no guarantee, your son/daughter, after achieving something big, will treat you well.

Aloka Nath, Bengaluru
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Many a times there are members in the family who become 'unmanageble'. Their behavier becomes erratic, causing embarrasment to the family. In some cases they will be afflicted by chronic illness for which the family may not be in a position to attend due to financial concern or modern day pressures. It is not easy to find a shelter/home to take care of the such. The govt or NGO or the community should start homes for such and the destitues so that they will live the life with dignity. It should be our social responsibility.

Leslie fernandes, Brahmagiri, Udupi
Thursday, June 06, 2013

BROTHER GABBU,
I AGREE WITH YOU.
NOW THAT THE OLD MAN HAS SEEN ALL THE LOVE OF THE CHILDREN HE RAISED WOULD NOT WANT TO GO BACK TO THE SAME HELL.
GOVERNMENT MUST ACT AND GIVE HIM BACK HIS SHOP AND HOME.
LET THE YOUNG FELLOWS FEND FOR THEMSELVES.
OR AT LEAST HE MUST BE SENT TO GOOD OLD AGE HOME WITH GUARANTEE FOR LIFE LONG STAY.
HE WILL BE BETTER WITH OTHER OLDIES.

Sushanth, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Hey people, dont comment like insane. Why are people bringing political parties in this matter?

gerald, modankap
Thursday, June 06, 2013

this is all because of western culture!!!!?????????

Nathalia, London
Thursday, June 06, 2013

western culture don't chain the elderly parents on the roof, they may end up in old peoples homes,

Valerian Dsouza, Udupi/Mumbai
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Good one Gerald,
Yesterday accused surname sharer linked Jiah Khan's suicide case
to western culture! As if suicides take place only there!

Gabriel Francis ( Gabbu), Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

This old man worked for 40 years in a small shop near K.R.Market, bought property and built house. Raised four children and married them off. Stayed with second son in his own house, built a grocery shop for running family of second son. Son and daughter-in-law took good care of this old man. Old man was coerced to hand over property and shop in his son's name. After getting all property in their name, children dumped this old man. He was not given proper food. He was forced to beg with public to eat some food. When son came to know about it, he threatened father not to put son's reputation at risk, and chained him near water tank. For past few days there were heavy rains with wind and lightening. It is a miracle that a 93 year old man survived rain despite suffering from acute hunger.

He is alive to tell to the world his STORY !! God is using his life as a lesson for each and everyone of us to treat parents with respect and utmost dignity. Gods' greatest incarnation is Man himself, and we must treat Man with reverence.

simple, Bangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Lavina Noronha, Paladka
Simple, Bangalore

Looking at these kind of treatment from children to their ageing parents, who have spent almost everything to give them education\better life, we should learn a lesson from this and should not indulge too much in pampering children to the extent where nothing is left for our old age.
It is very advisable to make provision first for the old age and remaining spend for other things.
If we do not make such arrangement early enough, I do not think any one can blame their children for not taking care.
In this hectic\expensive world even the children find it difficult to give proper attention to their parents when they become old as they themselves are in tight situation where they have to spend so much on children education, cost of housing, skyrocketing food prices, both husband\wife have to work from early morning till late night (before office hours\after office hours too) leaving them exhausted physically and mentally. There will be hardly enough left for any thing like keeping the old in hospital or old age homes (deposit itself is so huge and not refundable plus monthly expenses towards food\additional medical exp. etc)
I wonder how many working persons can manage these type of expense.
In that situation, children chain their parents fearing falls\injuries which will compound their difficulties\worries. They are in a double fix - flak from public and others.
I empathize with the sons\daughters with such catch 22 situations.
Just wondering, how many from here having their own family would leave their job to take care of their parents...!!!

Clifford, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Hello every body...
Forget the above, BJP and Congis made huge scams and money for their family life in Switzerland.
Please think about yourselves. How to spend your time when you cross 60 and your children in the US, Canada, Australia... what about the money....
It is better we guide our children now without wasting our time on commenting others. Proper guidance to our children might avoid hi dad and bye mom calls from US, Canada, Australia etc....

Gabriel Francis ( Gabbu), Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Simple, Blr,

Your observations are absolutely correct. Current generation is in tremendous pressure to deliver good. But in the current case, the old man had settled lives of all his children, purchased properties for them in prime areas, which value crores in bangalore, he did everything to secure lives of his children. Old man did everything for his children so that his children wont have to work hard and earn money, property. All are trying to build houses, make property, and make money ... and many people are working for life to realize these dreams, which old mad did for his children 30 years back when prices were not too competitive.

As you may be aware, the land owners and people having couple of sites in Bangalore ( Capital is a boon for some), build plenty of rented houses, shops, commercial, office spaces, and loot money from tenants. The so called owners of houses are leading a perfectly lavish life without much tension. They are just bothered with making more money and let out every month income to BADDI VYAVAHARA. WOrking class people have to work hard, struggle a lot and earn in profits. Majority of the profits will be sucked by these owners by way of rent, interest on money etc. 75 percent of Bangalore population lives in rented houses and their plight is understandable, miserable. Owners wil increase rent every 11 month by 20 to 30 percent as against legal 5 percent. Though there are no hikes in salaries, IT boom coming down, and jobs with no security. these insensitive OWNERS have NO humane face to treat tenants with KIND HEART. Even one day delay in paying bills will be amounting to penalty money, one has to face abuses and threats. Bangalore life has become HELL for middle class, and poor people.... this is a reality I am speaking here.

Old Man built heaven for his children, but his children dont realize the worth of it !! We do.

Lavin Noronha, Paladka
Thursday, June 06, 2013

@simple, Bangalore, whatever may be the circumstances but no human deserves this kind of treatment. I am sure at old age they definitely are not looking for our wealth and pomp, they just need love, care and a rest after all they toiled all their life to raise the young ones. This man is telling that they didn’t provide him with at least 2 meals a day. When he was young I am sure he must have had 1 meal and sacrificed the other for the sake of his kids. Is this too much he is asking from his children to provide him with at least 2 meals a day.

Bollu, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Parents are doing many 'harakes' to have children. In one of temple in mandya it seems..if women conceived after doing 'harake'..mother is to carry a child in her back to climb a hill..!! Did child knows..how much parents are doing 'sacrifice' for them..!! Instead of conducting trips to temples..just take care of 'parents' at home...!! Old people cannot able to give anything..if you visit them..often..there 'look' itself is 'blessing' for long run..unknowingly..!!

R.Bhandarkar, M'Lore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Some observations I'd like to share...
Living long may not be a curse, but not being able to do anything on your own and being dependent is , whatever be said and done.
It is also a 'test of character' for all concerned.
It is at this juncture the 'old' realize what life is really all about and their 'misplaced priorities' when they were young and capable.
This is a circle which comes in everybody's life who leaves beyond 70 years.
At the above age stipulated you come to know who really loved you but then it might be too late.
Therefore do whatever little good you can when you are capable. It will 'come back' to help you when in need.
There is no point blaming anybody standing at the 'peripherals'. This
is the most easiest thing to do.For those who run charity organisations, old homes and the like are no different either with their 'domestic stories'having the 'same tales' to reveal.

lan, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

This incidents were all happened during BJP governance. yedy was busy how to make money and how hate humanity. Now what will happens after 2014 ????

Jagdish, Riyadh
Thursday, June 06, 2013

My dear Friend....I think you are commenting for the wrong article make sure that you are in commenting in correct article...

Lohith Pinto, bajpe/ Bangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Mr. Ian you people want to give political angle to each and every news?????????? come on grow up neither ruling or opposition parties contain saints ok

Cliffy, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Gone are the days trusting the children. Every parent should save enough funds for the old age and live independent from kids. Then you can avoid like this pathetic situation.

Arun Furtado, Bombay/muscat
Thursday, June 06, 2013

I fully agree with you Cliffy.

Stany Dsouza, Shanthigudde, Shirva
Thursday, June 06, 2013

My dear friends, political parties have nothing to do with this incidents. Most of the sons and daughter of my community "CHAINED" their parents in the orphanage by paying lot of money. In this case Suresh Shetty's children are poor so they chained him on the roof of their house. Please don't throw stone from inside the glasshouse.

Lohith Pinto, Bajpe/Bangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

This incident took place near my house where i stay in J P Nagar Bangalore . Now the cool thing is the old man has 5 Children's 4 Sons 1 daughter . No one takes care of him .The son who did this notorious act(Claims that he did this for good reason) with his father claims that this property was been gifted to him by his father 4 years back ( i do not think so , he may have taken it force fully) . This idiot can digest his fathers property and cannot take care of his old father . This is becoming a trend nowadays we feel our grand parents/ parents as a headache for us , and they use to treat us as a shining star . Elders are a blessing for us and not a headache we should respect them and take care of them.Else days are not so far when we will receive same respect from our children's .

Lavin Noronha, Paladka
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Appalling, nasty... tears just rolled down my eyes.. This is how low a human can stoop to when it comes to humanity. We all say "MATHRU DEVO BAVAO" and "PITHRA DEVO BAVAO". Does this have any meaning today? OH unfortunate father, why did you bring this monster son into this world? You gave your blood and sweat all these years just to see this in your twilight of your life.

Antony Pereira, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

This is what is happening in our state & in the country when something unwarranted things happen the blame game starts! Let us not blame one another. Let us see the reality. How rude is the son who chained his own father just because he is making dirty in the house!? When the son reaches that age I do not know what he will do? Question is if the children can not take care of their aged father they would have put him in a old age home instead of torchering him. I feel very sad for that old man!.

Tony Crasta, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

This is a sad case. In the present family situation where both the husband and wife need to work in order to make a comfortable living it is always not possible to look after their elderly parents properly especially if they are not fully healthy and normal. Under the circumstances I world not blame the son for such treatment of his elderly father though I don't condone his action. This story should remind all elderly parents to plan in advance to make their own provision to look after themselves during their evening years and not to depend upon their children. The parents role gets finished when they bring up their children, give them proper education and help them find a job, and then on the parents should save and concentrate on their well being and old age care. The olden type of thinking that the children will take well care of them doesn't exist any longer even in a conventional society like India. The Government also has a role to play in deserving cases like this in that some social security and free or conessional old age care should be made available.

S.M. Nawaz Kukkikatte, udupi
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Mad Son

Hamdan, Katapady/Dubai
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Dear Son,

When you were a child, you used to dirty the house. Do your parents chained you for that? Why you are doing this? One day your son is going to do the same to you. Remember this.

Mangalore Ashok Pai, Car Street, Mangalore
Friday, June 07, 2013

Excellent! This is very much true.

Charles D'Mello, Pangala
Thursday, June 06, 2013

If you can not make anything good keep away and let others do it. It is done by selfish children who want their fathers property but they don't want them....!!

jesse, kuwait mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

oh my God!!! what kind of a son and daughter in law is this? when these two grow old their children also will do the same for them. defenitely this is the work of a whispering daughter in law. better not to have baby boy. baby girl is far better. when we grow old girl will give food not boy. Now a days most unhappy people are aged parents. they are treated as broken furniture at home. they give best food, best education and when v r small they take good care. in return what we give? instead of spending lots of money behind these children, best thing is keep money safely in bank. atleast u parents can enjoy your old age...

Mdsouza, Usa
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Lack of health care. Mental health care is equally important. Depression,psychotic illness,dementia. Lot of families do not know how to handle the situation. There are medications available to calm down. Only psychiatrists can help. It was common practice to tie mentally I'll by ropes and bring them to psychiatry hospital. As far as I know there is only one private psych facility in Mangalore. Mr Moses from Simon ashram and White Doves have done great job in this issue. Health minister Khadar sir please look into mental illnesses and social issues and let people know what help is available.

Lawrence, USA
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Advanced age people are like small kids. Tender care and safe environment and above all, the patience is absolutely necessary. It is noble opportunity to take care of our parents and satisfaction of doing so will go long way in our life.

ibrahim, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

These parents might have sacrificed everything to bring their children, and now the children grown up independant and forgot their past and not thinking about their future...they will face similar treatment in the hands of their kids...next generation...this life is has become hell for helpless old parents...
Hope Daiji will shake the conscious of deaf and dumb readers like us.

Michael, Mulky/San Fransisco
Thursday, June 06, 2013

I am not sure whether some of the readers commenting here are serious or joking. Forceful Confinement/torture etc. of ones own family members should, in my view, in no way connected to politics. This should be sickness of some people who does that. Instead of doing so, they can send them to a old age/orphanage where they take better care of them. I fully agree Mr. Richard Dmello's comment and fully believe that these people can't get away from this.

Leslie fernandes, Brahmagiri, Udupi
Thursday, June 06, 2013

RICHARD BELMAN,
I LIKE YOUR STORY.
I AM HAPPY THAT MANY AGREED WITH YOU.
BUT STORY IS A STORY.
REALITY IS STARTLING BUT TRUE.
THIS IS ONLY TIPPEST OF THE TIP OF THE ICE BERG IN THESE SITUATIONS.
REALITIES OF LIFE IN THE FRONT LINE ARE TOTALLY COMPELLING AND OFTEN WEAKER FAIL MISERABLY.
THERE IS NO RESPITE FOR THE OLD AND WEEK.
THIS IS THE TRUTH OF LIFE.
MANY NAY DISAGREE BUT FACT IS SACRED AND THE REST....???

Ruchir agarwal, mangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Stop this Nonsence!! this is purely a domestic incident.Why are you bring BJP and congress into it ?

Santhosh, Udupi
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

you are another Prithvi Kumar, Bangalore..

Ronald Aloysius,, Bejai,Mangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

BJP was worried only mining and Pocket fulla posy.
There was no law and order in Karantaka in general and in Mangalore particular.

In one word all got attacked by 0.02% illiterate(educated but not qualified)badanekayi people KPB..

Thank God now we all relaxed once!!!

Vivek, Udupi
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

For many many reasons India will not reach welfare or civilised state until the entire world go back to stone age

tony francis, Udupi
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

How come a son can do this to his own father? There are many "joru-ka-gulam" in this world I mean such men go to any extent to please their wives. My question is, can these wives do the similar act to their own father?

Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Very pathetic story of a senior citizen treated by his own son.These type of people to be jailed forever for the ill tratment given to the father.Hope,the government takes suitable steps in this regard.Thanq.

geoffrey, hat hill
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

It wouldn't be surprise if Euthanasia become legal.

Richard DMelo, Belmon/USA
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

A quite old man was illtreated by his son and was totally neglected and also kept in seclusion was provided with a blanket and a bowl. This went on well for a quite some time.Old man's grandson watched how his grandfather is treated.When the old man passed away the grandson collected the bowl and blanket and preserved it in his room. This was noticed by the Son and he asked this small boy why he is very particular about these two garbage pieces he is keeping with him? The grandson told his father that when 'YOU become old like my grandfather these two items may come handy'

Lavin Noronha, Paladka
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Your excellent idiom is the harsh reality. Sadly people never understand it.

Roshan, Abu Dhabi
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

All these lockups and torturing started in BJP era now congress releasing these poor guys. BJP's rule was a dirty history for karnataka people

Ravi Ullal, Mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Roshan, Abu Dhabi if you have any perosal problems. You should sit and solve that within your family and should not blame BJP or kangress for that. Please change your mindset first.

Jacobnelson, Bejai,Mangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

All BJP time lawless-History is coming out now.

Umesh Salian, Uppala / Dubai
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

This is toooooooooooooo much.... as the existing generation won,t be doing these kind of chaining up our own elders.... We are all grown up.. still needs to be growing somewhere down the line....
let the mankind prevail for generations...God bless

ISMAIL.K.PERINJE, PERINJE-YANBU/KSA
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

I think such things are prevailing more places.We are advancing to 2020 mission but we are not advanced in humanity.Son has fare excuse and father as well.But it is very unfortunate and hope the action of son could be rectified through counselling...

By the way, Prithivi Kumar's stupid comments exposes his seriousness over the issue and capital!!!

CYRIL MASCARENHAS, KIREM/MIRA ROAD/DUBAI
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

THIS IS NOT THE WAY TO LOOKING YOUR FATHER SURESH..BE KIND..WHO KNOWS TOMMORROW YOU WILL ALSO GET SAME TREATMENT..DONT BE SO CRUEL..

Vashal, Mangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Prithvi Kumar,You are so foolish that is it the govt (Whichever) done this?Common man do not politisize everything.You should be reason out.wake up

Ummar, Udupi / Dubai
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

dear prithvi,

for your information things are happening good soon after congress comes to power. one woman was locked up to four years by their family members in your backyard and it's all happened in bjp's rule. what bjp govt. did to rescue the poor girl. sharing your opinion is always good and welcome. but just think about that what you are writing.

Prithvi Kumar, Bangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

What is happening in Karnataka ? Things are happening bad soon after Congress comes to power. Governor must step in.

abdul razak, nitte
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Prithvi k ..whts connection b/w cong govt n this issue.be matured.

Valerian Dsouza, Udupi/Mumbai
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

P.K. Ask Suresh Hanumanthaiah Shetty when did they first chain him? before or after May 5,?
Another 34-year-old woman was locked up since last 5 years?
Is is started when B.J......

Nawaz, Udupi
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Looks like Prithvi was chained by BJP for last five years, so now he cant digest freedom given by Congress. Please write sensibly!!!

AKBAR, DUBAI
Thursday, June 06, 2013

After Congress govt. so many innocents have been rescued...

stan, dubai
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Keeping chained is Bharat tradition, and releasing him from chained is Indian tradition.

 
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