Bhubaneswar: The mortal remains of a Kendrapara youth, who died in Dubai, reached here following the persistent efforts by Odisha-Mo Parivar.
Tapan Bhol, a native of Pokharia Pada village in Kendrapara district, was working in a hotel in Dubai. He died in an accident on February 6.
The family members of the deceased youth sought the help of the BJD’s social service wing to bring back the body of the youth to their native village.
Tapan Bhol’s younger brother Samir Bhol contacted the Odisha-Mo Parivar using the help-line number and narrated the situation.
Having learnt about the incident, BJD supremo and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik asked the Odisha-Mo Parivar to help the bereaved family.
Odisha-Mo Parivar Convenor Arup Patnaik discussed the matter with Rajnagar MLA Dhruba Charan Sahoo.
Mo Parivar legal advisor and senior Supreme Court advocate Abani Kumar Sahu contacted the Odisha Resident Commissioner in New Delhi in this regard.
Besides, BJD Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Sasmit Patra also intervened in the matter. He approached the Ministry of External Affairs for help.
After persistent efforts by Mo Parivar, the body of the deceased youth reached Delhi in a flight from Dubai and finally it reached Bhubaneswar airport.
The Odisha-Mo Parivar handed over the mortal remains of the youth to the family and also financial assistance to the family on behalf of the Chief Minister.
The bereaved family expressed their deep gratitude to the Chief Minister and Odisha-Mo Parivar for the much-needed support at the time of distress.