According to Mathrubhumi, the family had to flee to the shelter of a train compartment for four days owing to incessant harassment from social miscreants at their Tsunami apartment in Eravipuram, Kollam.
Many people had gathered to support the mother and her children, who had to seek refuge on the train since they couldn’t sleep comfortably at home. The State Human Rights Commission had also filed a complaint and requested an investigation into the event.
Justice Devan Ramachandran ordered that the family be safeguarded and their safety be assured. The City Police Commissioner was also asked by the Court to provide a thorough report on the event.
The Kerala Legal Services Authority additionally gave legitimate help to the family. The family was given a Tsunami level with the assistance of the public authority. The mother filled in as a servant and it was the solitary type of revenue till the pandemic struck.
Nonetheless, they continually lived in the dread of being undermined and annoyed. On specific events, a few groups had likewise interfered into their home which constrained them to move out and discover cover in a train compartment.