NEENA CHUMBER RANI Dead Body Images Viral On Social Media Found After 2 Days According to the latest report Kirandeep Chumber said that her Saturday trip to the grocery store left her feeling empty and alone. CTV News’ 27-year-old mother told CTV News that the person she used to grocery shop with, who knew everything about her household, was no longer there. Everything is on me now.” This was her first visit to the store since Neena Chumber Rani (her mother) disappeared on February 17, 2022. Since discovering Kirandeep, Kirandeep has been loyal to her every day. She cried, but said, “Everywhere she goes, I keep looking for her. When I see people, I want them to come up to me and ask, “Have you seen my mother?”
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Kirandeep stated, “I have been calling shelters and visiting hospitals, and asking individuals on social media for shares.” She made tea for her son the day Chumber Rani was missing and then quickly grabbed the keys and ran out the door. Video surveillance clip would later view Chumber Rani walking into Parc des Bateliers in the Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough. It was also the park in which 10-year-old Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou, who was last seen before he disappeared in 2018, was last viewed. Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
Kirandeep stated, “Initial it’s Ariel, now it’s my mother- I don’t want another person going through that ever again.” She is asking authorities to put cameras in the park to prevent this from happening in the future. She said, “I just miss mother.” It’s really difficult. It’s really difficult. According to Kirandeep Chumber Rani was acting strangely leading up to her disappearance. She wasn’t sleeping well, and she sometimes claimed that people were recording and viewing her disappearance. She wasn’t sleeping well, and she sometimes claimed that others were recording and watching her. She would wake up in the middle of the night to see her family and try to get to sleep.
Kirandeep was concerned and made calls to the family doctor and therapists. However, she was placed on waiting lists and could not get an answer. She asked, “Is this depression, stress, schizophrenia?” At one point she even took her mom to the hospital. Chumber Rani was told to give her melatonin to help her sleep. Kirandeep said, “I don’t know what I could have done more.” Sometimes I feel like I didn’t do enough.”