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Ramakanta Biswas

Nayagarh: The loss of five-year-old girl from Nayagarh, Pari, whose alleged abduction and murder case, has not only triggered a massive political storm, but also emotional outbursts across the State.

She was much sober and disciplined to her age. Apart from reading, she had passion for singing which is evident from her last song she had recorded on a mobile phone during the last Republic Day. Her rendition of the national anthem- Jana Gana Mana was video recorded in a mobile has produced touching reactions from the netizens.

Speaking about the song, Pari's mother Soudamini said, "She had heard the song sung by students in her school as preparation for the Republic Day. I was cooking in the kitchen when she sang the national anthem and also recorded it with a mobile. No one taught her how to video record through a mobile, but she learnt the technique herself."

She was very good in subjects like Mathematics, MIL and English, said her heartbroken mother wiping tears from her eyes. The notebooks in her house also revealed that her handwriting was very good.

"Now she is no more. Some monsters have killed her," said the bereaved mother.

On July 14, the minor girl was reportedly abducted when she was playing outside her residence in the village. Exactly ten days later, her bones and body chopped in parts and stashed in a sack, were found dumped in the backyard of their house.

The sensational case caught statewide after attention after Pari's parents attempted suicide in front of Odisha Assembly seeking justice for their daughter.

(Edited By Suryakant Jena)

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