Post link 25 August 2016, 12:38
WARNING: DISTRESSING FOOTAGE. Heartbroken man walks 10km carrying wife's dead body as daughter weeps by his side

The man could not afford any kind of transport to get his partner's body home from the hospital after she passed away

Husband carries wife's dead body with daughter for 10km

A broke man was forced to walk 10km carrying his wife's dead body over his shoulder - with his weeping daughter by his side.
Heartbreaking footage shows Dana Majhi carrying his deceased wife through his home city of Bhubaneswar, in the Indian state of Odisha.
Mr Majhi's 42-year-old spouse died of tuberculosis at a hospital in Kalahandi on Tuesday night, according to NDTV .
But without a mode of transport - or any money - Mr Majhi and his grieving 12-year-old daughter were forced to walk 10km until an ambulance vehicle was finally organised to take the family the rest of the 60km journey.
The man was forced to carry his wife for 10km



Mr Majhi told local television crews: "I told the hospital authorities that I am a poor man and cannot afford a vehicle.
"I kept requesting them but they said they could not help."
Mr Majhi wrapped his wife in several layers of cloth for the journey.
The man and his 12-year-old daughter weeped as they carried the woman
Kalikesh Singh Deo, a Member of Parliament of the state's ruling Biju Janata Dal, tweeted: " I have already asked the local minister to verify this and take appropriate action:"
Kalahandi District Collector Brunda D said: "As we got to know of the incident, we arranged for an ambulance.

mirror.co.uk 11:51, 25 Aug 2016 By Kara O'Neill

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