Tag: Mahaprayan Failure

Mahaprayan failure: Family carries dead body on shoulder again!

Berhampur: In yet another incident of medical negligence, a dead body was carried on the shoulders by the family members after failing to get a Mahaprayan vehicle or ambulance from the hospital in Bhanjanagar of Ganjam district today. Later, the family members carried the dead body from the Surada Community Health Centre (CHC) to Sorisabili […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021
Harishchandra Scheme failure! Dead body waits to be cremated in Kendrapara!

Kendrapara: The State government has launched several pro poor plans but most remain limited to the files. After several incidents of Mahaprayan failure surfaced recently, today the body of an old woman in the district was carried on shoulders to be cremated due to Harishchandra Scheme failure. The old woman of Kantala village in Chakroda […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021
Mahaprayan fails again in Odisha, probe ordered

Phulbani: Failure of the Mahaprayan scheme in Odisha once again came to fore after the dead body of a minor girl was seen carried on a stretcher by her family members at Phulbani in Kandhamal district today. The minor girl, a resident of Benangapaju village under Khajuriapara police limits of the district, had drowned while […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021
Odisha: Unavailability Of Hearse Forces Man To Carry Father’s Body In Auto Rickshaw
Odisha: Unavailability Of Hearse Forces Man To Carry Father’s Body In Auto Rickshaw

Finding no other option, the son of the deceased shouldered the body for half a kilometer and then hired an auto rickshaw to reach his village.

  • Sunday, 09 May 2021
Dignity Denied: 'Mahaprayan Failure' Forces Family To Carry Dead Body On Bike

Ganjam: Already four years into the launch of ‘Mahaprayan’ scheme in Odisha, yet the service delivery mechanism and implementation of the same continue to remain under the cloud. Mahaprayan scheme was launched in 2016 by CM Naveen Patnaik to offer free hearse service from government hospitals to the residence of the deceased. But are people […]

  • Tuesday, 06 April 2021