Patna: Bihar's Satish Chaudhary, who had been in jail for 11 years, returned to his homeland on Thursday. Bangladesh handed him over to the BSF officials at the Darshana-Gede border. During this, Mukesh Chaudhary, brother of Satish Chaudhary was also present there. Since the news of Satish's return to his country, there is a celebration in his village Manoratha.
Satish's mother Kala Devi kept calling her younger son Mukesh and trying to know every activity. Both sons and wife of Satish are also very happy. The whole matter is about Manoratha village under Ashok Paper Mill police station area of Darbhanga district. Satish Chaudhary, who lives here from a very poor family, had gone out of his house in 2008 to work as a labourer. Satish's mental balance was also not right. Satish, who works in making tents by profession, reached Patna, but after that, there was no news of him. Satish's family continued to search for him.
The family also informed the Patna Police. For a long time, nothing was revealed to Satish, but the family's hopes were raised when information about Satish's existence in Bangladesh was revealed in 2012. Later, after getting information on the phone with pictures of Satish from the Indian Embassy in Bangladesh, tears of happiness appeared in the eyes of the family members, at the moment Satish is also very happy to meet his family.