Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS), a residential school for tribal children in the city, will provide education to three daughters of Dana Majhi, who was in news recently for carrying his wife’s body of on his shoulders for 10 km after ambulance allegedly refused to help. The three daughters of Majhi, Chandini (13), Sonei (7) and Pramila (4) will study in age appropriate classes here, KIIT sources said.
KISS admitted the students after a number of tribal organisations of Kalahandi district, including Biswabasu Sabar Samaj, District Tribal Society, All Odisha Banjara Samaj, Tribal Employees Sangram Samiti, and local MLA Dibyasankar Mishra requested the KISS authority to take educational responsibility of Majhi’s daughters. Representatives from these tribal organizations along with Dana Majhi visited KISS and met founder of KIIT and KISS Dr Achyuta Samanta here on Saturday.
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