Doc's son locks up mother, grandmother for 10 days in house
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A doctor's son locked up his mother and grandmother in his bungalow for 10 days after a heated argument before they were rescued by police at a village in the district.
Police said the 33-year-old man used to frequently quarrel with the women over various issues. On January 1, he entered into another argument and left the house with his father, running a clinic at Kalarampatty village, after locking them in.
His mother and grandmother survived on food in the house during this period. The women waited in vain for the men to return and then began shouting for help. Their maidservant heard their cries and alerted the locals, who in turn informed the police.
Police broke open the house last night and released them.
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