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Blind Elderly Woman In Penang Rescued After Being Abused By Her Nephew’s Family For 3 years

How heartless can humans get? This man doesn’t deserve to have his own family if he can abuse his own elderly aunt in front of his children!

A blind 79-year-old woman in Butterworth, Penang was rescued on Tuesday, August 7 from her nephew’s home after being locked out of it for three years. She was said to be severely abused and neighbours could not bear to hear her screams anymore in silence.

Source: Oriental Daily

A non-governmental organization Malaysian Tamilar Kular (MTK) found the elderly drenched and sitting by herself outside the house. She was also believed to be afraid of her nephew’s sudden return.

MTK president David Marshel said,

“She was soaking wet when our members (social workers) met her.”

The woman reportedly told the social workers,

“They poured water on me, I feel so cold because I am drenched. I can’t see.

“Parts of my body are swollen because they keep beating me. I only get a little bit of food.”

Source: Oriental Daily

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According to Sin Chew Daily, the woman had been beaten, splashed with water, insulted, and barred from using the toilet in her nephew’s house for years.

The woman told MTK representatives her eyesight worsened after being neglected by her nephew’s family, it began to blur last year, and she eventually turned blind without necessary medical help.

What’s worst, the woman had endured physical abuse by all five children of her nephew!

Marshel and his team lodged a police report the following day.

The police said in a statement,

“The woman told us she was living with them for three years. She was beaten with brooms, shoes, plates, and bowls. They locked her in the back portion every time they went to work.”

Source: YouTube

She was sent to Hospital Bukit Mertajam for inspection of her wounds after being rescued. She is also currently under the care of the Central Seberang Perai Welfare Department.

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The woman, who is a recipient of the RM300 monthly allowance for the elderly vowed to never return to her nephew’s house.

Two suspects were subsequently been arrested at the family home.

Central Seberang Prai district police chief ACP Nik Ros Azhan Nik Abdul Hamid said the suspects are being investigated under Section 324 of the Penal Code for voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means.

Source: Oriental Daily

ACP Nik Ros added that the police have filed an application to extend the remand of the suspect.

David Marshel said he was relieved that the woman was rescued before she was seriously harmed.

“We took her to the hospital and now she is under the care of the state Welfare Department.

“She has been blind for one and a half years but we think she will be able to see again with surgery.”

Watch the video of the woman walking towards the MTK representatives:

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Shame on you for abusing the elderly! Even if you get a light sentence, your life will not be peaceful! What’s worst is that you included your children in the abuse! What a bad father you are!

What do you guys think?

(Source: Says / The Star)

1 Comment

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  1. Rbee

    August 9, 2018 at 13:48

    Why took 3 years to rescue? Simply cannot imagine her suffering, presumemably there are more such cases out there. Such people without heart cannot be tolerated, must be punished.

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