Coolie, Soldier, Attari – These Three Words Help A Man Find His ‘Missing’ Wife After Five Years In Pune

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Vivek Patil
Yerwada, 23rd August 2021: Everybody has a different definition of what true love is. In the Yerwada area of Pune, an incident has come to light that defines one such true love.
It so happened that the wife of a young man working as a porter for the Indian Army at the Attari border in Punjab had disappeared five years ago. But now, five years later, the two met again in Pune. The three words coolie, soldier, and Attari played an important role in bringing this couple together.
The young man’s name is Aman Singh. He works as a porter on the Attari border. His wife, Mahak, went missing five years ago. He and his relatives then searched for Mahak a lot. But she was nowhere to be seen. Aman’s family then began pressuring him for a second marriage. But Aman’s love for Mahak had not diminished. He refused to marry and eagerly waited for her.
Aman Singh’s wife Mahak was suffering from psychological illness. She was undergoing treatment in Amritsar. That’s when her mother died. This was a great shock to her. She ran out of the house and got on the train and left. After that Aman and his relatives tried finding her but to no avail. But she was nowhere to be seen.
Now, five years later, Aman found Mahak at the Regional Mental Hospital in Yerwada. The meeting five years later was an emotional moment for both of them.
According to the information received, Palghar police had found her and kept her at a psychiatric hospital in Thane. She was then shifted to Yerwada hospital two years ago.
While in Yerwada, social activist Praveena Deshpande tried to talk to her. She noticed that the words coolie, soldier, and Attari were constantly appearing in Mahak’s speech. After that, Praveena informed the Amritsar police about this. Meanwhile, Aman got information about his wife Mahak and immediately rushed to Pune and met Mahak.