Thane woman goes missing after dialysis - Times of India Print
MUMBAI/THANE: A 55-year-old housewife from Thane (E), who had gone for dialysis at Fortis Hospital in Mulund, has gone missing since Monday morning. The Tilwani family and friends expressed shocked over her disappearance and have lodged a missing person's complaint with the Bhandup police.

Bharti, who has been on dialysis for nearly seven years, normally went in a chauffer-driven car from Satguru Garden complex at Chendni Koliwada. If she went in an autorickshaw, some family member would go along with her. She stayed with her husband, a son, daughter-in-law and seven-month-old granddaughter.
Her husband Prakash, an estate agent, said that for the first time she forgotten to take her cell phone along. Prakash said, "We have searched all possible places in Bhandup, Mulund, Thane and friends' and relatives' places. My son, who had some work in South Mumbai, took the car on Monday.'' He said she used to go to Fortis every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for dialysis. The Tilwanis have scanned CCTV footage of the hospital, where it is seen undergoing dialysis and paying the amount at the counter. "She is seen paying the hospital bill and then proceeding to the main gate, to get an auto,'' added Prakash.
image However, relatives claimed that that she did not leave the hospital. "Bharti was very popular in our society, very affable and always happy-go-lucky. However, in the last one year, she would stay at home after doctors diagnosed her with a kidney ailment,'' a neighbour said.

Deputy commissioner of police (zone VII) Vinay Rathod said the Bhandup police were coordinating with the Thane police and Mumbai Police's missing persons' bureau.