Shiji Shivaji, a member of the Women's Commission, told The New Indian Express that after the lockdown, the Chairperson of the Commission Josephine and herself would visit the couple at their home in Vithunassery and take stock of the developments. Naturally, she would not have been happy in such circumstances, Shiji said. The incident had happened in Karakattuparambu in Ayilur panchayat when Rahman, 34, who was in love with Sajitha, 28, decided to elope with her in February He hid Sajitha in his room and wanted to move out to another house within a few days.
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However, the parents did admit that they had entered the room only once, when there was some repair work on the tiled roof three years ago. Days after a bizarre story came out of Palakkad about a man - Rahman - hiding a woman he was in a relationship with in one room for 10 years without anyone in his family knowing, his parents have accused him of lying. The couple had told their story to reporters, after moving into a house of their own in March this year. Rahman had told the media on June 8, when the story first came to light, that Sajitha would go out of the window in the room only at night to go to the toilet. If she was sick, he would get her medicines, the couple said.
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Sajitha, whose family had given up hope of ever finding her, was discovered after Alinchuvattil Rahman, now 34, himself suddenly went missing from his home three months ago, and his family filed a complaint. On Tuesday, his elder brother Basheer spotted him by chance, and the trail led back to Rahman and Sajitha, who were found living on rent in another village. Police produced the couple before a local court, which allowed them to live together after Sajitha said she wanted to be with Rahman.