For seven-year-old Lakshanasree, Anjumol was greater than an trainer. The 2 shared a deep bond which could not be separated by dying.
Their our bodies have been recovered, lined in a blanket. It was evident that they have been asleep when the landslip hit the property lanes at Pettimudy, close to Munnar, on August 7.
Anjumol, who misplaced her father at a younger age, lived at Home 7 at Pathumury lane together with her grandmother Chandana. Lakshanasree stayed together with her mother and father Raja and Shobha at Home four at Aarumury lane.
Anjumol, a Tamil graduate from a university at Chittur in Palakkad, needed to be a trainer and was set to hitch a BEd school at Adimali. The outbreak of COVID-19 delayed the admission course of.
Lakshanasree, a scholar at a Tamil medium college at Rajamala, used to go to Anjumol’s home, who helped her in research. She usually stayed there in a single day and her mother and father have been pleased that Anjumol helped her, particularly when lessons have been off in view of COVID-19.
Lakshanasree’s mother and father additionally fell victims to the landslip that had claimed 62 lives up to now.
The robust bond between the 2 was revealed after their our bodies have been recognized. Anjumol, with the BEd school admission in thoughts, used to spend appreciable time with Lakshanarsree.
For the latter’s mother and father, Anjumol was their elder daughter. Anjumol was good in research and her academics and friends on the Chittur school solely had nice recollections of her.
The images of the 2 have been additionally on the WhatsApp web page of V.M. Madsusoodanan, liaison officer of the District Police Chief, and so they have been considered mom and daughter.
An inquiry into the images by N.B. Biju of the Public Relations Division dropped at mild the bond between the 2, many days after the restoration of their our bodies.