Odisha recently made headlines when a tribal man needed to convey his wife dead body for more than 10 kilometers because of non-availability of transport. In yet another awful incident, four little girls were compelled to convey the dead body of their mom on a woven bed while utilizing wood destroyed from the top of their home as her burial service fire.
According to reports, Kanak Satpathy, a 75-yr-old lady died on Friday night because of prolonged illness. While the girls argued everyone to help them play out the last rituals of their mom, little did anybody help.
Subsequently, with no wood for the burial service fire, the girls destroyed the top of their home, lay their mom on a woven bed and conveyed her dead body to incineration ground in the Dokripada town of the area's Golamunda hinder on Saturday. Already, Dana Majhi on August 24 had said he conveyed his significant other's body on shoulder and strolled 10 km after the healing facility powers declined to give any help to transport the body.
Be that as it may, after the incident that started a shock and pushed him into spotlight, Majhi's three little girls have been guaranteed free instruction by Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) at its private school in Bhubaneshwar. He was likewise given gifts of over Rs 15 lakh, including from Baharain's Priem Minister.