Sajita and Rahman.
The woman was considered missing 11 years ago. It turned out she was just living in a nearby house.
In the Indian state of Kerala, an 18-year-old girl named Sajita disappeared in 2010. Her family and the police were looking for her, but no trace was found. The parents decided that she had left home for good and stopped looking. But it turned out that Sajita lived literally nearby – in her boyfriend's room in a house nearby. She lived so quietly and imperceptibly that even the parents of her beloved Rahman did not know about her.
The man thought out his plan carefully. An electrician by profession, he installed an automatic lock on his room, which only Sajita could open. And at the slightest attempt by an outsider to open the room from the outside, the door was shocked.
At the slightest attempt by an outsider to open the room from the outside, the door was shocked.
Rahman was constantly locked in his room, and even ate separately from his family. All this time, Sajita was there with him. At night or when the Rahman family was at work, the girl left the room.
When 34-year-old Rahman's parents decided to marry him, he and Sajita fled. The guy's family found them only a few months later: the couple was hiding in a nearby village. When asked by their parents why they started this adventure, Rahman and Sajita said they were afraid that their families would not approve of their relationship.
Local police officer Deepa Kumar said Sajita and Rahman hid their relationship because they belonged to different religions and feared backlash. Police brought the couple to the local court, which allowed them to live together – after Sajita said she wanted to be with Rahman.
The police said that while investigating the disappearance of the girl, they never suspected Rahman, who was then 24 years old: “Nobody knew about their romance. With any escape, both people go missing. “