At the age of 20, Jageshwar left home to work, had to work as a bonded laborer
Everyone had to face a lot of problems due to Corona virus across the country. Many families had to face financial crisis. However, the lockdown brought happiness for a laborer family of Chatra. During the lockdown, a member of his house, who had gone missing for years, returned home. Everyone is very happy with the return of the family member.
According to detailed information, Jageshwar Paswan, a resident of Tulbul village of Kanhachatti in Chatra district, returned to his home after 35 years during the Corona period. Happiness knew no bounds when Jageshwar returned home. At the age of 20, Jageshwar had left his home in search of a job. After which he did not come back for 5 years. When he did not return even for 5 years, the family considered him dead and cremated him by making an effigy.
However, during the Corona period, he returned to his home after 35 years. At first his family did not recognize him. But when Jageshwar shared his childhood things with him. After this the villagers believed in his words. Narrating his story, Jageshwar said that when he came out of the house, he did not know anything about the outside world. So he went astray in Delhi. Within a few days he found work in a brick kiln. Where the owner made him a bonded laborer.
During this time he married a girl there, however after 5 years the furnace was closed and both husband and wife came to work in Punjab Dhaba located in Delhi. Here too, the owner exploited both of them by making them bonded labourers. He would not let her go anywhere for long. However, when everything stopped during the pandemic, he somehow got out of there and decided to return to his village. Jageshwar is now wandering for shelter in his village along with his wife Rani Devi and son Ravi and daughter Radha.